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Hamilton: Rosberg's not really German

Lewis Hamilton upped the ante in his rivalry with Nico Rosberg by claiming his team-mate "isn't really German". The Mercedes pair have had a tense relationship since the Monaco Grand Prix when Rosberg claimed pole position in questionable circumstances which led to Hamilton claiming they "are not friends, we are colleagues". Although they have cleared the air since then, Hamilton has decided to reignate the flames ahead of the German Grand Prix by questioning his team-mate's nationality. Rosberg was born in south-west Germany and he has a German mother and his father is former Finnish F1 World Champion Keke Rosberg. However, he moved to Monaco at the age of four weeks...
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