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Wolff praises Rosberg’s mental strength

Toto Wolff has praised Nico Rosberg's mental strength after he regained the championship lead with victory in Monaco. The win was Rosberg's first since the opening race of the season – when team-mate Lewis Hamilton retired having started on pole – and put an end to a run of four straight Hamilton wins. Victory in the Spanish Grand Prix had finally seen Hamilton move in to the lead in the drivers' championship, but Rosberg responded by taking it straight back in Monte Carlo. Speaking exclusively to Crash.net, when asked if Rosberg had shown impressive mental strength, Wolff replied: “Yes, absolutely. “I remember two weeks ago people were writing him off and saying 'Will that break...
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