How could Mercedes punish its drivers?

How could Mercedes punish its drivers?

Mercedes has been right to face up to the issues between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg, and JONATHAN NOBLE believes that it has no choice but to let them resolve their issues on track

It was pretty clear that simply posting a snap of smiley Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg shaking hands wasn't going to suffice in delivering a message that all was sorted at Mercedes after their Belgian Grand Prix clash.

We've seen such attempts in the past by teams trying to give the impression that all was cool after a bust-up (remember that pally Mark Webber/Sebastian Vettel picture after Turkey 2010?), but things are very different this time.

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