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Rosberg believes new style of racing good for F1

2014 Australian Grand Prix race winner Nico Rosberg believes the new style of racing in Formula 1 is good for the sport. The German dominated the first race of the year at the Albert Park Circuit in Melbourne, crossing the line 24 seconds ahead of his nearest competitor (Daniel Ricciardo, who was later excluded). Some fans have complained that the regulation changes for this season have taken away some of the spectacle and drama from F1 – such as the new, quieter V6 Turbo power-units. However, the Mercedes driver disagrees and believes the direction that the sport is taking is the right one. 'It's been good for F1,' he told AUTOSPORT ahead of the second race of the year in Malaysia...
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