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he wants is parity he wants the same equipment, the same opportunity and that is great that he has that confidence and that approach that he doesn't want favouritism he just wants parity and I think that is what Lewis felt a little bit awkward about the situation."
The German was heard on the team radio arguing with Brawn that he was quicker than Hamilton, whilst Martin Brundle suggested during commentary of the race that the 2008 World Champion might not have left McLaren without some guarantee of preferential treatment.
"Of course Lewis wants to race in the contractual negotiations we had with Lewis, never was the issue of who was number one or number two ever mentioned from his side," the Mercedes Team Principal said on The F1 Show.
"I think what wasn't fully appreciated at the time is that we had a situation develop on both cars with fuel. We weren't comfortable with either car and I could see a scenario with both drivers competing against each other, in a strong way, it is difficult to marry managing the fuel with a full blown fight with your team mate.
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Brawn also hinted that members of the Mercedes management team were not happy about the decision he took during the race, but insists he has permission to make the strategy calls from the pitwall.
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"Now Niki (Lauda) or Toto (Wolff) might not agree with it, but I had all the information, I had all the facts. I had what I feel was all the information to make that decision and they didn't and I think they both recognised after the event that it was the correct decision.
"I didn't like having to give the orders I gave in Malaysia, it is not in my sporting nature and the team have demonstrated many times in the fast that we are very happy to let our drivers race each other over the past few years we have often done that."
"I don't like having to take those decisions, but from a technical perspective we would have looked very foolish if we had run both cars out of fuel," he added.
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Ross Brawn has insisted there is no number one driver at Mercedes after the team told Nico Rosberg not to challenge Lewis Hamilton for third place in Malaysia.
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Ross Brawn says Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg both have equal status at Mercedes
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