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Rosberg sorry for collision
Nico Rosberg has accepted blame for his collision with Lewis Hamilton at the Belgian Grand Prix, Mercedes revealed on Friday.
Hamilton rules out revenge
Lewis Hamilton has admitted he now faces an uphill battle to get back on terms with Nico Rosberg in their championship fight but has vowed that he “won’t take anything into my own hands” in light of the escalation in their rivalry in Belgium.
Button: Nico was unbelievable
Jenson Button has described Nico Rosberg’s botched – and highly controversial – attempt to overtake Lewis Hamilton on the second lap of the Belgian GP as "unbelievable".
Rosberg responds to Lewis
Nico Rosberg has rejected Lewis Hamilton’s allegation that he confessed to causing their Belgian GP collision “on purpose” and insisted he has a “very different” version of events from Mercedes’ post-race debrief - but refused to divulge what he did say.
Lewis Hamilton Q&A
Lewis Hamilton spoke to the press to explain his views about his lap-two clash with Nico Rosberg, what happened in their heated race debrief, and if he can trust his team-mate anymore.
Nico Rosberg Q&A
A full transcript of the Mercedes driver's post-race press briefing before Lewis Hamilton claimed that Rosberg had confessed to deliberately crashing into him.
FIA rule out Rosberg probe
The FIA have confirmed they do not plan to launch an investigation into Nico Rosberg’s actions in the Belgian GP despite Lewis Hamilton's claim his team-mate confessed to causing their crash during a Mercedes debrief.
'Lewis may quit Mercedes'
The fallout from the explosive Belgian GP has plunged Mercedes into a state of 'war’, and could persuade Lewis Hamilton to leave the team, according to Fleet Street.
Wolff: Rosberg 'proving point'
Toto Wolff has denied that Nico Rosberg confessed to deliberately crashing in the Belgian GP but reputedly confirmed that the German admitted he didn’t attempt to avoid hitting Lewis Hamilton.
Lewis: 'Rosberg has confessed'
Lewis Hamilton has alleged that Nico Rosberg has admitted he deliberately failed to avoid crashing into the Englishman's Mercedes at the start of the Belgian GP.
Wolff: Clash 'unacceptable'
Furious Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has branded Nico Rosberg’s clash with Lewis Hamilton “unacceptable” during the Belgian GP after the World Championship leader punctured his team-mate and solitary title rival.
Brake failure cause revealed
Mercedes and Brembo have revealed that the “specific interaction between the brake material and braking mounting on the F1 W05” caused Lewis Hamilton’s qualifying crash in Germany.
Lewis happy to play 'long game'
Lewis Hamilton is prepared to play the “long game” in the Belgian GP, as he seeks to get past polesitter, team-mate and title rival Nico Rosberg and claim a second Spa win.
Rosberg puts brakes on Lewis
Lewis Hamilton has blamed a brake problem after once again enduring a frustrating qualifying as Nico Rosberg claimed pole position for Sunday’s Belgian GP.
Hamilton wants to cause 'pain'
A mischievous Lewis Hamilton says he wants to inflict maximum ‘pain’ on team-mate Nico Rosberg as tension continues to simmer between the two World Championship rivals.
P1: Rosberg heads Hamilton
Mercedes picked up where they left off in opening practice at the Belgian Grand Prix on Friday morning, with Nico Rosberg fastest ahead of Lewis Hamilton.
Lewis: Team still comes first
Lewis Hamilton says clinching the Constructors' Championship for Mercedes is still the main aim for both him and Nico Rosberg above their own personal duel.
Nico: Things are different now
A cryptic Nico Rosberg has vowed to change his approach after the controversial Hungarian GP in which Lewis Hamilton disobeyed a team order to cede position to the German.
Hamilton raring to return
Lewis Hamilton says he is “raring to get back to work” as the Mercedes driver prepares to rejoin battle with team-mate Nico Rosberg for the World Championship.
Lewis: More intense than 2008
Lewis Hamilton feels this year’s Drivers’ Championship fight with Nico Rosberg is even more intense than his title-winning campaign in 2008.