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Rosberg s pride at silencing very unfair critics

Nico Rosberg has admitted his pride at silencing what he described as “very unfair” critics of F1 by producing such an exciting race in Bahrain.The two Mercedes team-mates went wheel-to-wheel in a thrilling battle on Sunday, with Lewis Hamilton coming out on top to take his second consecutive victory. With Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo in Bahrain on Sunday morning for talks with FIA president Jean Todt and Bernie Ecclestone about the future of the sport, the Bahrain Grand Prix was the perfect response to concerns that the new regulations were damaging to F1.Speaking to Crash.net after his day testing in Bahrain on Tuesday, Rosberg said he was aware of the positive feedback the...
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