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Hamilton: Very, very shocked to get order to let Nico pass

Lewis Hamilton leads Nico Rosberg during the Hungarian Grand Prix Formula 1 leaders Mercedes recognised on Sunday that the title battle between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg has reached a point where the drivers will put their own interests first. 'Maybe what we decided at the beginning of the season doesn't function any more,' team boss Toto Wolff told reporters at the Hungarian Grand Prix on Sunday. 'We cannot really ask either driver to give up their position or jeopardise their own championship chances for the benefit of the team,' added the Mercedes motorsport head. Hamilton refused a request in the race to allow championship-leading team mate Rosberg, who had started on pole but...
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