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Austrian Grand Prix - Post-race press conference

Drivers: Nico Rosberg (Mercedes), Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) and Valtteri Bottas (Williams). Podium interviews conducted by Mark Webber Q: Another dominant one-two victory for Mercedes, so Nico what a very, very special for you again. Three now in the season. You capitalised on a very, very good qualifying and now another victory. Run us through it. Lot of control on the brakes by the sound of it, managing issues at the end there? Nico Rosberg: Yeah, it wasn't the easiest of races – trying to manage certain things that were a bit on the limit on the car. But in the end I had a very, very fast car again, so it was fantastic to win today. It's great also to get a one-two here in Austria and...
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