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Rosberg takes pole as Mercedes is left with brake worries

Mercedes' Nico Rosberg secured pole position for the team's home race today at Hockenheim, with Lewis Hamilton suffering from a brake failure and a crash that ended his session during Q1. Nico Rosberg topped the timesheets in all three sessions today, ending with the fastest lap time of the weekend, a 1:16.540. The pole position represents his fifth of the season and the ninth in ten races for the team in 2014 Lewis Hamilton had a sudden and catastrophic right front brake disc failure at Turn 13 during Q1; he was running a new set of Brembo brakes that had been fitted for P3. As Nico is running front brakes from Carbone Industries, the team will now evaluate if it is necessary to change...
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