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FIFA gives Rosberg World Cup helmet the red card

Football's world governing body FIFA has stepped in to prevent Nico Rosberg from wearing a helmet featuring a picture of the World Cup trophy for this weekend's German Grand Prix due to copyright grievances. Rosberg announced on Wednesday he would be wearing a modified helmet for this weekend's race to celebrate Germany's FIFA World Cup final triumph over Argentina on Sunday, a German flag with the World Cup trophy on top with four stars to commemorate each of 'Die Mannschaft's' victories. But it has emerged Rosberg's new lid design was in violation of FIFA image rights preventing anyone from showing the trophy. Rosberg's manager George Nolte confirmed the helmet will be re-resigned,...
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