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Silver duo still warring long after Spa crash

Days after their carbon-fibre crunching at Spa, Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton are still exchanging barbs. After Hamilton said Rosberg had admitted in a post-race briefing that Sunday's crash was on purpose, the championship leader had replied only that he has a "very different" tale to tell. Now, according to Sport Bild, the 29-year-old has revealed more about what he thought of Hamilton's indiscretions. "Very kind words from him, I think," Rosberg quipped on Tuesday, undoubtedly sarcastically. "He is a very nice guy." Rosberg has said he "regrets" what happened, but "I think it was a normal racing incident. Of course, between teammates it must...
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