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Monaco Grand Prix: Nico Rosberg Keeps Pole After Inquiry

Monaco:  Nico Rosberg will start from pole position in Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix after an inquiry by race officials cleared the Mercedes driver of any underhand tactics in qualifying.The German's performance in Saturday's qualifying triggered an official investigation after he lost control and left the circuit, causing yellow flags to be waved in the final minutes of a tense session.Rosberg's team-mate Lewis Hamilton, whose lap was wrecked by the flags, was incensed, claiming that he would have taken pole if he had completed his lap at full speed. (Also read: Hamilton hints at 'Senna-style' revenge on Rosberg)Suspicions were raised that Rosberg had "done a Schumacher" -- in...
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