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Rosberg: Hamilton too quick today

Nico Rosberg has conceded that Mercedes team-mate and Malaysian Grand Prix winner Lewis Hamilton was just a 'bit too quick today' during the second round in the 2014 F1 World Championship.Rosberg got away strong off the line at the Sepang International Circuit and straight away moved up to second. However, after that he was unable to challenge and eventually came home more than 15 seconds back.Despite having to settle for 'silver' though, the result strengthens his early lead in the Drivers' Championship and he now has 43 points on the board, 18 more than Hamilton, who moves up to second after retiring in Australia two weeks ago.“I had a really good start, so I was happy about that...
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