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Nico Rosberg Q&A: Incident not a repeat of Schumacher 2006

A controversial finish to qualifying in Monaco meant Nico Rosberg had to visit the stewards before his second consecutive pole in the Principality was confirmed, with some speculating that his Turn 5 off was a deliberately calculated move.However, the German insists this was no repeat of Michael Schumacher's actions at Rascasse in 2006, apologising to Lewis Hamilton for the error - even as he plans how to beat his Mercedes team mate to victory on Sunday.Q: Nico, that was a strange incident on the last lap of qualifying. Lewis thought that he was on for pole position…Nico Rosberg: It definitely wasn't the way I wanted it to go. I honestly thought that it was over when I went off the...
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