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Hamilton: Usual rules didn’t apply

Lewis Hamilton says he believes the usual rules within Mercedes “didn't apply” during the Hungarian Grand Prix. While Mercedes has said its drivers are free to race, the team asked Hamilton to move over for team-mate Nico Rosberg to attempt to help Rosberg's strategy. However, Hamilton didn't give up the position and eventually finished the race ahead of the championship leader. While he says he has been pleased with Mercedes' approach so far this season Hamilton believes it wasn't the right time to use team orders. “The team have managed it really well,” Hamilton said. “Whatever the rules were didn't apply [on Sunday] I don't think. It applies in other races perhaps. I remember...
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