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Rosberg feared hitting the wall

Nico Rosberg says his "heartbeat skipped a beat" at the start of the Malaysian GP when Sebastian Vettel squeezed him towards the wall. With Lewis Hamilton storming into the lead from pole position, Rosberg and Vettel were left to fight over second off the line. It was a close call for the Mercedes driver as Vettel crossed the track, squeezing him towards the wall. "I had a really good start, so I was happy about that because it's not so easy this year," he said. "The rear tyres are harder and we have more torque. So it's very difficult to get it right - but it felt great and got away well. "Then Sebastian, I thought he was going to put me right into the wall,...
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