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Rosberg: Always more to be found

– Nico Rosberg has said there is more to come from Mercedes as 'you are never at the maximum level of performance' and there is 'always more to be found'. Rosberg's comments come after he set the pace on day one of the post-Bahrain Grand Prix test, concluding proceedings, 0.367 seconds up on his closest rival. "Our main aim today was to try different directions with set-up and to get to know the tyres a bit better," reflected the current championship leader, who won in Australia and finished second in Malaysia and Bahrain, both times behind team-mate, Lewis Hamilton. "You never stop learning how to get the best out of the tyres, so it has been a productive day from...
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