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Rosberg changes World Cup helmet on FIFA complaint

Nico Rosberg has had to ditch plans to put an image of the World Cup on his helmet for the upcoming German Grand Prix following a complaint from FIFA. The German driver wanted to celebrate his country's World Cup win with a specially designed helmet that also featured the German colours. FIFA reportedly complained that featuring the trophy on the helmet would breach its 'intellectual property' rights. Rosberg will race instead with a modified helmet featuring four golden stars, one for each of Germany's World Cup wins. The driver tweeted: 'A shame, I would have loved to carry the trophy as a tribute to the guys. But of course I respect the legal situation.' Rosberg leads the championship...
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