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My consistency key to title - Rosberg

Nico Rosberg believes his greater consistency is crucial to his hopes of beating Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton to the world championship. The German leads by 14 points heading into Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix after winning four races to Hamilton's five but suffering fewer car failures. Rosberg said: 'We each have strengths and weaknesses, which is normal. 'It is always going to be a tight battle and I just need to be a little more consistent than the other guy.' Mercedes 2014 Formula 1 season so far Nico Rosberg Lewis Hamilton Australia - 1st Australia - Retired Malaysia - 2nd Malaysia - 1st Bahrain - 2nd Bahrain - 1st China - 2nd China - 1st Spain - 2nd Spain - 1st Monaco -1st...
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