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Rosberg working on his starts

Nico Rosberg says a better race start is vital if he's to break the run of victories racked up by Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton in Monaco next week.The German, who lost the lead in the Drivers' Championship after Hamilton's most recent win, his fourth in a row, in Spain last weekend, has worked on his starts during the post-race test in Barcelona on Wednesday. Besides getting off the line, Rosberg reckons he needs to work on his braking if he's to re-assert himself in Monaco, where he won from pole position 12 months ago. "The Championship battle is very close and to re-gain the advantage at my home race would be fantastic, so I'll be pushing harder than ever to make that...
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