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Rosberg on pole as Hamilton crashes out

Nico Rosberg returned to the top of the time sheets in final practice for his home German Grand Prix on Saturday as Mercedes again ended the session clear of the rest. Rosberg, who leads teammate Lewis Hamilton by four points at the halfway stage in the Formula One championship, lapped with a best time of one minute 17.779 seconds on a baking morning at Hockenheim. With clear skies and track temperatures approaching 50 degrees Celsius, the German was a considerable 0.601 faster than Hamilton - who set the pace on Friday but looks to have his work cut out in qualifying if he is to beat Rosberg to pole. Mercedes also finished both Friday sessions with their drivers first and second....
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