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The good and the bad of the German Grand Prix

Following his dominant victory on home soil at the German Grand Prix, Nico Rosberg extended his lead over team-mate Lewis Hamilton to 14 points in the drivers’ championship, with the Brit coming home in third after a charging drive from 20th on the grid. Let’s take a look at the good and bad from last weekend’s race at the Hockenheimring. Good Nico Rosberg The German driver put in a faultless drive from pole position on Sunday to secure his fourth win of the year, extending the gap to his team-mate in the championship and taking his first victory in front of his home crowd. Lewis Hamilton The British driver put in a storming and aggressive driver through the field after a disastrous...
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