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Rosberg: It's going to get more difficult

– Nico Rosberg is expecting Mercedes' rivals to close the gap more and more as the season progresses, although he is still confident the Brackley-based squad can stay ahead and keep winning. Rosberg leads the 2014 Formula 1 Drivers' Championship heading to China this weekend, but after finishing second to team-mate, Lewis Hamilton in both Malaysia and Bahrain, knows he now ideally needs a repeat of his Australian GP win. "Even though the last race was a bit disappointing from my perspective in terms of the result, it's been great to see all the positive comments that came afterwards. We've demonstrated already that we're pushing harder than ever to stay ahead of the pack. It...
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