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Bernie's missing the point a bit. It wasn't team orders in the usual sense of getting/keeping one driver in front to benefit them in the championship. It was team orders in the sense of after a point in the race, they BOTH ease off and hold position (whichever way around it happens to be at the time) to make it to the end and maximise the result. Merc's situation was a bit different in that Rosberg could easily have taken Hamilton, who wouldn't have stood a chance in a fight, but they made him stay behind. That one I find harder to understand.