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Rosberg, Hamilton agree to disagree

Championship leader Nico Rosberg and Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton appeared at odds again, if not poles apart, on Thursday before renewing their Formula One title battle in Belgium. Returning to work after the long August break, both drivers were asked about a "team orders" controversy that erupted at the previous race in Hungary. Rosberg indicated they had discussed the situation and moved on. Hamilton said there had been no talks between the two and saw no need for any. "I gather it was a bit of a mess afterwards, after Hungary, so it's best I don't add too much, I think, and I continue to not give too many details," Rosberg told a news conference without Hamilton...
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