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Mercedes duo eager to move on after controversy at Budapest

The Mercedes duo of Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg have expressed a strong desire to move on from the controversy which surrounded the Hungarian Grand Prix last time out at Budapest. During the race, the team ordered Hamilton to allow Rosberg through, a request which the Briton refused carry out. During the Hungarian Grand Prix, the Mercedes duo were running alternate strategies towards the latter stages of the race when the team ordered Hamilton to move over and allow Rosberg through. However, with the German was unable to fully take advantage of the softer rubber bolted to his car and much slower, hence why Hamilton refused to purposefully slow down for his team-mate. Within the paddock...
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