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They were both evenly matched again. At no point was Hamilton consistently pulling away from Rosberg - as in Australia check the gaps between the two drivers it's all there to see. If Hamilton was told later on in the race to slow down then tough luck on him, but why should that have to effect Rosberg's race who could clearly have breezed past without out any danger to either driver. No, the team just wanted their new expensive signing to get the podium.
Trouble is the incident has set a precedent and now Rosberg will have to make sure he does not become another "Massa".