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Why Rosberg could beat Hamilton to the title this year

If the pre-season tests are any indication, then Mercedes is the team to beat this year. That may be clear but it's unclear which driver at Mercedes will emerge on top. The safe bet is Lewis Hamilton, who already has a title in his bag, but the following are reasons why you shouldn't count out Nico Rosberg: ROSBERG BEAT SCHUMACHER AP Photo/Mark Baker When seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher was announced to drive for Mercedes in 2010, Rosberg was automatically rendered by many as the unofficial number two driver in the team. But after three years as a pair, Rosberg comprehensively beat the veteran German in the standings, even registering the team's first victory in 2012 along...
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