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Rosberg wary rivals ‘breathing down our necks’

Nico Rosberg says Mercedes has to continue its good form at the Bahrain Grand Prix because its “rivals are breathing down our necks”.After victory in Melbourne and second place in Malaysia last weekend, Rosberg heads to Bahrain with an 18-point lead in the drivers' championship standings over team-mate Lewis Hamilton. Sebastian Vettel was third in Malaysia after a close fight with Rosberg as Red Bull continues its recovery from a poor pre-season, and the championship leader wants to continue to get points on the board before another team can match Mercedes for pace.“The first two races have been a great start to my season and I'm already looking forward to being back in the car and...
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