Nico Rosberg ruled the German Grand Prix. The German-born Monaco-resident put his Mercedes on pole, zoomed into the lead when the red lights went out, and stayed out front for all 67 laps for a comfortable win 20.789 seconds ahead of Williams driver Valtteri Bottas.
"Wow, what a great day after so many great events for me this week!" he said, referring to among other things getting married and Germany winning the World Cup. "I came here hoping for a win and it worked out perfectly. My Silver Arrow was so dominant, thanks to the team for this fantastic car.
"Before the race I was worried that without the FRIC system the gap in the race would be smaller. But we were...
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