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Rosberg: Hamilton crash does not change focus

Sutton Images Enlarge Nico Rosberg insists he will not be approaching the German Grand Prix any differently from pole position after Lewis Hamilton's Q1 spin saw him qualify 16th at Hockenheim. It looked like it would be a straight shoot-out between the two Mercedes drivers for pole but, while top of the timesheets, an apparent brake failure saw Hamilton spin into the tyre barrier at Turn 9. Rosberg pipped Valtteri Bottas to pole by two tenths in Q3 but he says he cannot afford to dwell on the fortunes of his team-mate with the Williams pair second and third behind him. "I still expect [Lewis] to come through the field quickly," Rosberg said. "I don't know, it's difficult...
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