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George Russell blasts Mercedes for Lewis Hamilton decision

The Japanese Grand Prix witnessed a tense moment within the Mercedes team as George Russell expressed his dissatisfaction with teammate Lewis Hamilton's controversial overtake early in the race.  The incident occurred when both drivers temporarily left the track to position Russell ahead of the seven-time world champion. On lap 16, Hamilton made an error, providing Russell with an opportunity to overtake him. However, the manoeuvre forced both Mercedes drivers off the track. Russell was clearly displeased with Hamilton's resistance to the overtake and voiced his frustration over the team radio, saying, 'Who do we want to fight here, each other or the others?' Want to work in Formula...
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