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The Alternative Review: Monaco

The Monaco Grand Prix is a double-edged sword. As magical and mystical as the race is, it can also be one of the busiest and most frantic weekends on the calendar. This time around, we saw biting words spark civil war at Mercedes, Sauber implode once again, and Marussia do the unthinkable: score some points. Lewis declares war on Nico; Nico wins the first battle Monaco marked the beginning of full-blown civil war at Mercedes, but there was only one aggressor. From the word go last weekend, Lewis was on Nico's case. He questioned his hunger to win, and so had every reason to feel a bit silly when he did exactly that. Hamilton implicitly pointed the finger at Rosberg, claiming that he...
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