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Lewis Hamilton has revealed he held a conversation of pure respect with Nico Rosberg in the Monaco paddock a week after their Spanish GP collision. While Rosberg refused to divulge whether the pair had held talks after crashing out in Barcelona when he faced the media during a terse and spiky press conference, the F1 world champion disclosed during his press briefing that the pair held amicable and respectful talks on Wednesday.We stood and spoke to each other today and there are no problems, Hamilton said. In the past there would have been tension but now it was pure respect. I said l still have respect for you and he said the same. I guess we are just getting old!While the detail of the incident continues to divide opinion within the paddock, Hamilton says there was no need for the two Mercedes drivers to discuss the incident in depth.We know what happened and we know how we felt, he said. All you need to know is that the respect is still there. The pair had clashed on track before in their time as team-mates, most famously at the 2014 Belgian GP, but the Barcelona collision was the first time they had taken each other out of a race.Stewards ruled neither driver warranted punishment for the crash and Hamilton acknowledged there were likely to be further incidents in the future - although is mindful of the fact that the outcome cannot be so damaging for the team again. When is the Monaco GP on Sky? F1s showpiece race is live only on Sky Sports F1 this weekend It was a racing incident and there will be many close racing incidents like that, he told Sky Sports News HQ. There will be many racing incidents throughout our racing career together - particularly when you are fighting that close.Im not changing my approach, Nicos not changing his, so we are going to just keep going. Of course, we are conscious we dont want to have the same result as we did in the last one. But these things you learn from. The spectacular Barcelona crash raised fresh questions about whether Mercedes could afford to retain the sometimes combustible Hamilton-Rosberg partnership beyond this season. Although Hamilton is in the first season of a new three-year deal, Rosbergs contract is due to expire at the end of 2016.Monaco GP talking pointsBut, amid the likelihood that the German will stay on, Hamilton says he sees no need for a change to be made.Its a solid team, he told SSNHQ. Apart from the last race, its generally a very solid team. I think up until then we had done a pretty awesome job with the team considering the circumstances of being so tense. So theres no reason to have to change. Also See: Monaco GP talking points When is Monaco on Sky F1? Get tickets to Silverstone Sky F1: Every race live in 2016 Hoyt Wilhelm Jersey . However, he did make them miss him a little less. Cundiff, who had the unenviable job of replacing Dawson last season, agreed Thursday to a one-year, $1. Ronald Acuna Jr. Jersey . -- Whether Jeremy Hill deserves a prominent role in LSUs offence this early in the season is a matter for debate. . The Swede became the first golfer to win the PGA Tours FedEx Cup and European Tours Race to Dubai in the same season. "It is still taking a little time to sink in what Ive achieved this week as was the case when I won the FedEx Cup but then it just kept getting better and better as the days went on and I am sure this will be the same," he said. Custom Braves Jersey China . -- Team after team passed on Andre Ellington in the draft. Greg Maddux Jersey . There are surprises among the Vezina candidates, but most of the others are standard top-tier performers, even if the two Hart Trophy runners-ups have never been quite as good as they have been through the first half of the season. Saturday, kick-off: 14:30MurrayfieldRevenge will be on the minds of the majority of Scotland fans as they make their way to Murrayfield on Saturday afternoon. Australias visit to Edinburgh this weekend represents the first time the two sides have faced each other since their controversial Rugby World Cup quarterfinal showdown last year. On that occasion, Scotland came within seconds of reaching the last four, before a debatable late penalty aided the Wallabies passage. But with only seven survivors from that game in the starting XV, Vern Cotter will hope his side do get too distracted by the task of righting their perceived wrong. Not least because Australia arrive at Murrayfield on the back of an impressive win over Wales and with a northern hemisphere clean sweep on their minds. The 32-8 win in Cardiff last Saturday was built on a ruthless start, and a peerless performance from fly-half Bernard Foley. If their hosts take their eye off the task at hand they risk giving themselves too much to do.Team news Hooker Ross Ford will win his 100th cap, becoming only the third Scotsman to do so. Ford is joined in Vern Cotters squad by four players making their first Test start. Centre Huw Jones, back row Hamish Watson, and front-rows Zander Fagerson and Allan Dell all face the Wallabies.Australia have been boosted by the inclusion of flanker David Pocock, who was forced off at half-time of the win against Wales last weekend with a concussion. He takes his place in an unchanged back row, with Dean Mumm on the replacements bench and Scott Fardy dropped from the 23. Scrum-half Will Genia starts alongside Foley having only been released by Stade Francais after the Wales game.Scotland: Hogg, Maitland, Jones, Dunbar, Visser, Russell, Laidlaw (captain); Dell, Ford, Fagerson, R. Gray, J. Gray, Barclay, Watson, WilsonReplacements:?Brown, Reid, Low, Gilcchrist, Hardie, Price, Horne, HughesAustralia:?Folau, Haylett-Petty, Kuridrani, Hodge, Speight, Foley, Genia; Sio, Moore (captain), Kepu, Arnold, Coleman, Pocock, Hooper, TimaniReplacements:?Latu, Robertson, Alaalatoa, Simmons, Skelton, Mumm, Phipps, CooperKey head-to-head The Wallabies win over Wales was built in part on their devastating dominance of the breakdown.dddddddddddd. It is sure to be a key battleground again in Edinburgh, and therefore, Cotters decision to put Hamish Watson in direct competition with Michael Hooper does seem an interesting one. Hooper was all energy in Cardiff, beating four defenders in attack while putting in 12 tackles in defence. On his first Test start, Watson will need to do what Wales couldnt and keep the Wallabies back row in check.Key stats *Scotlands last two wins against Australia (2009 and 2012) have come without scoring a try.*The 34 points Scotland scored against the Wallabies in their 2015 World Cup quarterfinal is the biggest tally they have ever managed against Australia.*Australias biggest win over Scotland in Edinburgh came in November 2006, when they won 44-15.Prediction Scotland will certainly be fired up to right the wrongs of last year, but will that be enough? We still do not know what affect Cotters impending departure has had on the squad, and as was proven in Cardiff last weekend, the Wallabies will punish ruthlessly any slip in concentration. Although it remains to be seen exactly what shape David Pocock is in, Australia are arguably stronger than against Wales, and will have the benefit of another week working together. It may not be quite as comfortable as last weekend, but the Wallabies should get the victory that keeps their Grand Slam hopes alive. ' ' '
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