By Alan Baldwin MONACO (Reuters) - Triple Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton expressed 'pure respect' for Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg on Wednesday after the pair cleared the air following their Spanish Grand Prix collision. "We stood and spoke to each other today, and no problem," the Briton told reporters after arriving in the Monaco paddock 10 days on from the opening lap incident that dumped both out of the race. "In the past there would have been tension of some sort but now it was just pure respect: I said 'I still have all the respect for you' and he said the same so let's just keep racing." Championship leader Rosberg, 43 points clear of Hamilton after five of 21 races, remained cagey about what was said. Click here to read full news..