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Rosberg: ‘Intense’ Hamilton battle will continue

Nico Rosberg says the battle between himself and Lewis Hamilton is going to remain “intense” for the rest of the season. Hamilton and Rosberg have been the centre of a team orders row after Hamilton declined to move over for his team-mate during the Hungarian Grand Prix and went on to finish ahead of the championship leader. While Rosberg wants to deal with that matter internally, he says the fight between the two of them will always be as tough as it has been so far due to the nature of Mercedes' dominance. "It's going to remain intense, definitely, but that's natural because it's both of us going for race wins every race,” Rosberg said. "And that it's going to be intense...
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