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Lauda backs Rosberg to bounce back

Niki Lauda has backed Nico Rosberg to get back on level terms with Lewis Hamilton after coming second in recent races. Although Rosberg won the season-opening Australian Grand Prix and holds a four-point lead over Hamilton in the standings, it is the Brit who has the advantage out on track. Winning the last three grands prix while Rosberg could only manage second behind his team-mate, Hamilton is being backed as this year's title favourite. Lauda, however, reckons Rosberg has what it takes to fight back. "Yes he will," he said when asked by Autosport if Rosberg can recover. "And I think he will because racing drivers have this [mentality]. "If they are blown...
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