Lewis Hamilton versus Nico Rosberg duel got uglier at Spa
Mercedes have threatened to review their policy of allowing their drivers to race each other freely after Formula 1 championship leader Nico Rosberg and main rival, and teammate, Lewis Hamilton collided on the second lap of the Belgian Grand Prix – a race they were expected to dominate.
When asked whether the dominant team might change their tactics in the aftermath of the incident, Mercedes motorsport head Toto Wolff told reporters, 'Unfortunately, yes. It would be too early to elaborate in detail because the devil lies in the detail. We are all fans and we owe it to ourselves and everybody out there to let them race.'...
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