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Rosberg expects pecking order to emerge

Nico Rosberg says he expects a more stable competitive order to emerge at the Spanish Grand Prix next weekend. Mercedes has been the class of the field so far in 2014 with Rosberg winning in Australia before team-mate Lewis Hamilton took three consecutive victories in Malaysia, Bahrain and China. However, behind them there have been fluctuations in form with McLaren, Red Bull, Force India and Ferrari all taking turns on the podium. Rosberg believes the improvements made by various teams during the three-week break between races could mix the field up slightly, but expects the order seen in Barcelona to be a sign of things to come for the remainder of the season. “The Spanish Grand Prix...
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