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Lauda: You must be a b*****d to win in F1

– Niki Lauda has said he is confident Lewis Hamilton will get over his Monaco disappointment, although he conceded 'you have to be a b*****d to win in Formula 1'.Hamilton had to settle for second place in Monte Carlo on Sunday and with team-mate Nico Rosberg winning, the Briton slips back to second in the Championship standings, four points adrift.It was a dramatic weekend with the events in qualifying and the way Rosberg secured pole leaving Hamilton none-too-pleased. Rosberg went off on his final run in Q3 and brought out the yellow flags, something that meant Hamilton was then forced to abort his quick lap. Although the stewards found Rosberg did nothing wrong, Hamilton wasn't...
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