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I'm 100 percent German - Rosberg

Nico Rosberg declared himself "100 percent German" on Tuesday after Lewis Hamilton jokingly questioned his Mercedes team mate's nationality ahead of next week's German Grand Prix. Both Formula One drivers live in Monaco, but Britain's Hamilton has become a resident only comparatively recently while Germany-born Rosberg has called it home for as long as he can remember. "To be honest Nico has never actually been in Germany, so it's not really his home race," Hamilton laughingly told reporters on Sunday after winning his home British race at Silverstone. Rosberg, whose Finnish father Keke won the championship in 1982, refused to make an issue of the comments when asked...
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