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FIFA requests Rosberg change

Nico Rosberg has been forced to alter the design of the special World Cup-themed helmet he is wearing at his home German GP this weekend following an objection from FIFA, football's world governing body.Days after the national team triumphed over Argentina in the 2014 World Cup final in Brazil to trigger days of celebrations in the country, Rosberg revealed on Twitter that he would use a commemorative crash helmet at Hockenheim decked out in the black, red and yellow colours of Germany's flag.The design included an image of the World Cup trophy atop the helmet, however, FIFA have since asked Rosberg to remove it on grounds that it infringes its intellectual property rights. Rosberg's...
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