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Nico Rosberg claims Netflix camera operators, who attend every F1 race for their Drive to Survive series, were called into Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff’s office following the conclusion of the Dutch Grand Prix. The 2016 world champion says the streaming service staff were summoned to capture George Russell signing his Mercedes contract, which means he will partner Lewis Hamilton next season.
“By the way on George Russell I’ve got a rumour,” Rosberg said on Sky Sports F1.
“A certain streaming service was called into the office of Toto to film the signatures.
“That’s the rumour that is circulating in the paddock.”
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