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Wolff: Rosberg can deal with pressure

Toto Wolff believes Nico Rosberg can deal with the pressure of losing the championship lead and won't be fazed by Lewis Hamilton's winning run. Hamilton has won the last four races from Rosberg, wiping out the 25-point advantage Rosberg held after winning the Australian Grand Prix in the process. However, Wolff doesn't believe that finishing second to his team-mate will become harder and harder for Rosberg to take, saying he has the right mindset to know his current results are good for his title hopes. “He ended up 0.6s off after 66 laps,” Wolff said. “They are just so close, and the championship is barely over the first quarter. We have seen in the past years you can win...
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