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We owe it to F1 to let drivers race - Wolff

Getty Images Enlarge Toto Wolff says Mercedes could change its approach to managing its two drivers once the constructors' title is secure and either Nico Rosberg or Lewis Hamilton is guaranteed the drivers' crown. Mercedes has stressed that its drivers are free to race and the pair have been locked in a number of two-way battles at races this year. However, data is still shared between the drivers and ultimately team boss Toto Wolff says they recognise that "the team comes first". In Hungary Mercedes told Hamilton to move over and let Rosberg past when they were on different strategies, but Hamilton refused to comply. Wolff admitted after the race that Mercedes' stance on team...
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