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Rosberg optimistic despite brake, fuel concerns

Nico Rosberg is remaining upbeat ahead of the Australian Grand Prix after positing the second fastest time in free practice at Albert Park, even if he remains distracted by struggles with his brakes and the concerns over fuel saving.Rosberg, along with Mercedes F1 team-mate Lewis Hamilton, has been touted as the driver to beat coming into the 2014 season opener, the German adding weight to this prediction by joining his counterpart at the top of the end-of-day timesheets.However, while there is little doubting Mercedes' front-running pace over a single lap heading into the remainder of the weekend, Rosberg remains fairly cautious overall, pointing out that the Hamilton's technical issues...
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