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Rosberg-Hamilton duel returns to roots at Monza

The Formula One duel between Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton returns to its roots this weekend at the Italian Grand Prix in Monza. The Mercedes rivals developed their now incendiary rivalry when they raced karts in Italy more than a decade ago. Rosberg enters with a 29-point lead over Hamilton in the drivers' standings -- the biggest it has been all season. A big part of that gap was built in the Belgian GP two weeks ago, when Rosberg finished second and Hamilton claimed the German driver acknowledged that he had deliberately crashed into him early in the incident-packed race. The two drivers attended a meeting at the team's headquarters in England last week, where Mercedes said Rosberg...
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