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Rosberg not relying on momentum in F1 title push

A week after his native Germany won football's World Cup, Nico Rosberg leant on the old round ball cliché of taking things one game at a time when discussing his own bid for world championship success. Asked whether his victory at Hockenheim on Sunday had allowed him to regain the upper hand in his battle with Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton heading to this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix, the German insisted that he was only focusing on trying to win each race and not looking at the significance of which way fortune was swinging. “Let's forget momentum,” he joked with journalists after his fourth success of the season, “Let's go for race-by-race - winning [in Germany] is awesome....
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