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FIFA block Rosberg's World Cup helmet

Nico Rosberg has been forced to change the design of his special German World Cup helmet that he was to run at this weekend's German GP. The Mercedes driver plans to run a helmet commemorating German's victory last Sunday in the football World Cup. The first design was in the colours of the German flag and featured the World Cup trophy. However, FIFA, football's world governing body, objected to the design based on intellectual property rights. Rosberg's manager Georg Nolte confirmed on Twitter that it has now been changed and will instead feature a star for each of German's World Cup wins. He tweeted: "There will be an update on @nico_rosberg's Germany helmet design today. Will be...
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