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Drivers back Rosberg in aftermath of Spa clash

Nico Rosberg versus Lewis Hamiltonat Spa still a talking point Almost two weeks have passed since Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton clashed on lap two of the Belgian Grand Prix, and the incident is still a talking point as the season heads to Monza for Round 13 of the F1 worldchampionship. Reigning quadruple world champion Sebastian Vettel has backed compatriot Nico Rosberg in his row with teammate Lewis Hamilton over their crash in Spa 10 days ago. Rosberg was disciplined by his Mercedes team after admitting he was responsible for crashing into the back of Hamilton on the second lap of the Belgian Grand Prix. It was an incident which eventually forced the Briton to retire from the race and...
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