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Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg were involved in a tense exchange following the Hungarian GP as the Mercedes team-mates bickered over F1 rules. The pair were seated next to each other in a post-race press conference following Hamiltons victory in Budapest when they were asked about Rosbergs pole lap the previous day, when the German survived a stewards investigation for failing to slow through double-waved yellow flags.While Hamilton aborted his final flier in qualifying due after Fernando Alonsos spin, Rosberg set the fastest middle sector, only losing 0.1s, and went on to snatch top spot off the Brit. Report: Lewis takes title lead Lewis Hamilton took the lead of the world championship with victory ahead of Nico Rosberg. Hamilton was the first to make his point, stating: The whole 23 years of racing, if its a double-yellow flag, you be prepared to stop and Nico was doing the same speed at the apex as I was doing on the previous timed lap. Its a concern. Going into the next race, we could be going for pole position through double-yellow flags and now we know we only have to do a small lift and lose one tenth of a second, go purple through the sector, and well be fine. After finding extra pace when asked by Mercedes to speed up, Lewis Hamilton revealed he wasnt intentionally backing up Nico Rosberg and was managing his e Rosberg, after losing his title advantage and slipping six points behind his team-mate patted Hamilton on the back, saying thank you for that statement, before adding:What you have to do under double-yellows is significantly reduce your speed. I went 20 km/h slower, 20km/h is a different world in a Formula 1 car. I lifted off 30 metres before my braking point.Definitely I significantly reduced my speed and for the stewards that was completely acceptable, it was very, very clear what I did. Paul di Resta is at the skypad to see how Nico Rosberg took pole position in Hungary with yellow flags hampering some of the field. Dont miss the F1 Report: Hungarian GP review on Sky Sports F1 at 8.30pm on Wednesday as Marc Priestley and Ben Hunt join Natalie Pinkham in the studio to discuss the fallout from the Budapest race. Also See: Hamilton takes title lead The Formula 1 Gossip Column Air Max 90 Baratas Outlet . The 22-year-old slugger, who is no stranger to adversity, made up for it at the end. Air Max 90 Baratas .com) - The Carolina Hurricanes hope to remain perfect at home in January on Friday night as they welcome the Vancouver Canucks to PNC Arena. http://www.airmax90baratas.es/ . -- The Atlanta Braves added to their extensive wave of long-term deals with their young stars on Sunday by agreeing to a $42 million, four-year contract with All-Star closer Craig Kimbrel. Air Max 90 Descuento . Just ask last seasons Supporters Shield winners, the New York Red Bulls, who were resoundingly defeated last weekend by a rampant Vancouver Whitecaps in a match which produced two contenders for MLS Goal of the Week from Sebastian Fernandez and Pedro Morales. Air Max 90 Mujer España . It was the first game back in Columbus for Rangers star Rick Nash, the Blue Jackets franchise leader in goals, assists and games. He was given a standing ovation during a video tribute in the first period, but was booed loud and long after a second-period, two-handed shove up high on Columbus goalie Sergei Bobrovsky.The Buffalo Sabres will retire the jersey of goaltender Dominik Hasek next season. Hasek was the fifth and final player to wear No. 39 in a Sabres uniform and he will become the seventh player in franchise history to have a number retired. The Sabres are set to induct Hasek into the franchises Hall of Fame on Saturday. Hasek was acquired from the Chicago Blackhawks in the summer of 1992, and went on to become one of the premier players in the NHL until the end of the decade. Upon his departure from the Sabres in 2001, he owned the club records for most games played (491), wins (234), shutouts (55) and lowest career goals-against average (2.22). During the 1997-98 season, he appeared in a career-high 72 games and set a team record with 13 shutouts, then led to the team to the Stanley Cup Finals in the sprinng of 1999 after a season in which he had a career-best 1.dddddddddddd87 GAA. The Czech native, while with the Sabres, became the first goaltender in NHL history to win the Hart Trophy in back-to-back seasons (1997-98). He also captured six Vezina Trophies (1994-95, 1997-99 and 2001) as well as the William M. Jennings Trophy (1994, 2001) and the Lester B. Pearson Award twice (1997, 98). Seven of his 10 All-Star selections occurred while he starred for Buffalo. He went on to win a pair of Stanley Cup titles for Detroit in four seasons with the Red Wings and also played for Ottawa. The Sabres previously retired the No. 11 of Gilbert Perreault in 1990, Rick Martins No. 7 and Rene Roberts No. 14 in 1995, the No. 2 of Tim Horton in 1996, Danny Gares No. 18 in 2005 and Pat LaFontaines No. 16 in 2006. ' ' '

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