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Rosberg aims to keep Germany celebrating

Nico Rosberg looking to make history on home soil Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg can keep Germany on a winning roll on Sunday by becoming the first German driver in the history of the Formula 1 world championship to win his home grand prix with a German car. It has been 60 years since a Mercedes works team last won at home – and it was the late Argentine great Juan Manuel Fangio they had to thank for that in 1954. The historians would have to delve back to 1939, before the outbreak of World War Two, to find the last all-German home triumph – Rudolf Caracciola for Mercedes-Benz at the Nuerburgring. Now, after Fangio's compatriots failed to deny Germany victory in last Sunday's...
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