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No mentality change for Mercedes - Rosberg

Getty Images Enlarge Nico Rosberg says he and Mercedes will not adopt a more conservative approach to the race in Austria despite engine and brake problems costing the team victory in Canada. Rosberg had been leading in Montreal before he and Lewis Hamilton suffered a problem with the MGU-K, which limited braking capacity, though he still managed to bring the car home in second after his team-mate was forced to retire. Austria promises to be a tough race on the power unit but he insists Mercedes will not change the approach to race weekends which has been so successful this season. "I don't think we need to go extra conservative or anything," Rosberg said. "It is something...
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