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Race: Rosberg Romps To German Win

Nico Rosberg raced to an uncontested victory at the German GP while his team-mate Lewis Hamilton was left to provide all the excitement. Rosberg, having taken pole position on Saturday, raced from lights to flag, securing his first ever German Grand Prix victory. It was an easy stroll for the Championship leader, who now holds a 11-points advantage in the standings. Valtteri Bottas held off a stern challenge from Hamilton to finish second, his third podium finish in as many races. Bottas, in fact, proved to be the only driver Hamilton could not pass on Sunday. The Brit finished in a highly impressive third place despite starting the grand prix down in 20th. The Mercedes driver was...
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