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Race Report - Controversial Clashes

  Mercedes should have walked this one. Nico Rosberg had qualified on pole and Lewis Hamilton gridded second. They were a massive two seconds a lap quicker than their closest competition which was the Red Bulls of Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo and the Ferrari of Fernando Alonso. Mercedes was going to finish an easy one/two at the end of the 44 lap race, and the only question was would it be Hamilton or Rosberg who won. The answer was neither as the duo had a controversial collision which allowed Ricciardo to move to the front and go on to win his third grand prix of his career. "You know everyone was saying we didn't really have a chance around here," Ricciardo said,...
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