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Hamilton accepts Monaco defeat - Lauda

Niki Lauda claims Lewis Hamilton has accepted his loss to Nico Rosberg at the Monaco Grand Prix, but admitted that the situation in the Mercedes garage is still 'tricky'. After the Mercedes pair fell out in the Principality, Hamilton took to Twitter to reveal that he and Rosberg were cool" and "still friends". Speaking to the Osterreich newspaper, Lauda - who is the non-executive chairman at Mercedes - revealed Hamilton has come to grips with his second place in Monaco, but added that the situation could flare up again at any point this season. "Lewis has now accepted Nico won in Monaco and he was second, which is really no shame," Lauda, himself a three-time World...
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