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German GP: Rosberg cruises to victory in incident packed race

Nico Rosberg led the German Grand Prix from start to finish Nico Rosberg cruised to one of the most emphatic victories of his career, and one of the most historic too as he became the first German driver, in a German built car, powered by a German engine to win the German Grand Prix and with it extended his championship lead over title rival, and teammate, Lewis Hamilton who turned 20th on the grid into third place. It was a lonely afternoon for Rosberg who stormed off into the lead from the start and was never challenged on his way to his win number four of the season. 'Wahoo! Thank you guys,' whooped Rosberg over the radio as as he waved to his home crowd on. A a great week for the...
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