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Hamilton battles to third as Rosberg wins

Lewis Hamilton fought his way up from 20th on the grid to finish third as his team-mate and title rival Nico Rosberg won the German Grand Prix. The Briton staged a superb recovery drive despite damaging his front wing in a collision at around half distance when passing Jenson Button's McLaren. Hamilton caught Bottas in the final laps but could not pass for second. Sebastian Vettel was fourth, Ferrari's Fernando Alonso fifth followed by the other Red Bull of Daniel Ricciardo. The result moves Rosberg 14 points clear of fellow Mercedes driver Hamilton at the head of the championship with nine races remaining. More to follow Please turn on JavaScript. Media requires JavaScript to play. // How...
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