Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team's German driver Nico Rosberg celebrates with team members after the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg, Austria on June 21, 2015, during the Austrian Formula One Grand Prix. AFP PHOTO / ANDREJ ISAKOVIC
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Nico Rosberg had much to celebrate after beating Lewis Hamilton to win Sunday's Austrian Grand Prix, but his Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff admitted afterward that his team's domination was not good for the sport.After a weekend of mounting speculation about Formula One's problems, Wolff conceded that Mercedes' comfortable supremacy at the front of the pack was not good for business.Wolff spoke after seeing Rosberg deliver a flawless drive to claim the 11th win of his career and reduce defending two-time champion Hamilton's lead in this year's title race to 10 points – and after Red Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitz threatened to withdraw in frustration.The Japanese carmaker's president Takahiro Hachigo was at the Red Bull Ring to see Alonso crash out in a collision with Finn Kimi Raikkonen of Ferrari on the opening lap and Button, who was handed a 25-place grid penalty, retire after eight laps.
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