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Warwick explains Rosberg decision

Monaco Grand Prix stewards panel representative Derek Warwick has explained why Nico Rosberg was cleared of any wrong-doing during qualifying for last week's race in the Principality. As former Formula One driver, Warwick was the fourth member on the stewards panel and served to advise the other members on incidents from a drivers' perspective. The panel investigated Rosberg after Saturday's qualifying following the Mercedes driver's accident during his final flying lap of Q3. Rosberg locked his brakes and ran off the track at Mirabeau, which triggered yellow flags which in turn ruined the other drivers on track's session, effectively handing him pole position ahead of his team-mate Lewis...
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