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Rosberg takes positives from extending lead

Nico Rosberg said he was happy with his result in the Canadian Grand Prix despite losing the lead late in the race. Having been leading for almost every lap of the grand prix, Rosberg was overtaken by Daniel Ricciardo with a little over two laps remaining as he struggled with a power issue which left him slow on the long straights. When asked by Crash.net if he the overriding emotion was a negative one having lost the race or positive for extending his championship lead, Rosberg replied: “Positive in the end, the overwhelming feeling. “It was a very, very difficult day out there today and then to come home second – and I didn't even know that I was second, I only found out afterwards...
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