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FIA unlikely to investigate Rosberg-Hamilton incident

The FIA are unlikely to launch an investigation into the clash between Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton, despite it coming to light that the German chose not to avoid contact to 'make a point'. The BBC reports that the governing body might take action against Rosberg, but this is now thought to be unlikely with a source close to the FIA confirming the matter to be 'closed'. The stewards chose not to investigate the clash, which saw Rosberg swipe Hamilton's left-rear with his front-wing, causing a puncture, but it was revealed after that the stewards did discuss the matter internally before making their decision not to take it further. However with reports that Rosberg said he wanted to make...
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