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No evidence of offence by Rosberg

Following an investigation by Race Stewards in Monaco, Nico Rosberg has been cleared of deliberately causing an incident in order to keep his pole position.Having posted the fastest lap of the session, the German looked set to improve, as did his Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton, until a mistake heading down the hill to Mirabeau. Locking-up and having to take to the escape road from which he then tried reversing to get back on track, the German brought out the yellow flags which effectively ended all hope of anyone bettering his time.Almost immediately members of the (mainly British) media began suggesting that the incident was deliberate, a claim clearly backed by Hamilton who could...
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