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  TODAY'S TOP STORIES FRIDAY, 29 AUGUST 2014  
Mercedes: Rosberg and Hamilton still free to race
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg will remain free to race each other following crunch talks about their Spa collision

Rosberg admits to error of judgement
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The Hamilton-v-Rosberg war is a price worth paying for the popularity of the sport and for Mercedes itself. Let's keep them racing, says JONATHAN NOBLE
The fans who booed Nico Rosberg on the Belgian Grand Prix podium came in for criticism. But EDD STRAW argues that F1 has to accept it if it's serious about improving the so-called show
The 1974 Belgian GP was hanging in the balance. Bernie Ecclestone stepped in to save it, and learned lessons that would help him take control of the sport. ADAM COOPER tells the full story
Without the crashes in front, Thierry Neuville and Hyundai wouldn't have won Rally Germany. But just being close enough to pick up the pieces was a big step, reckons DAVID EVANS
Everything changed for the Mercedes crew when Rosberg and Hamilton clashed at Spa, with rivalries set to polarise and nervous glances cast at Red Bull. Our SECRET MECHANIC explains
Take one of F1's most beautiful circuits, changeable weather, an eventful race and add in the odd ice bucket, and there's plenty for photographers such as ALASTAIR STALEY to enjoy
Formula 1 has never had to worry about marketing itself before, as teams, sponsors and venues did the job. DIETER RENCKEN reckons change is now desperately required
AUTOSPORT's technical expert Gary Anderson does not hold either Nico Rosberg or Lewis Hamilton for their collision in the Belgian GP, instead pointing squarely at team management
Nico Rosberg may have been guilty for his lack of pragmatism when trying to pass Lewis Hamilton at Spa, but there was no malice in his intentions, as EDD STRAW explains
After a Belgian Grand Prix weekend of fraught racing and drivers embroiled in controversies on and off the track, EDD STRAW gives his verdict on the field's performances
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