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Rosberg expects another tight race in Shanghai

Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg expects another tight race with teammate Lewis Hamilton this weekend at the Chinese Grand Prix, and this time he wants to come out on top. The teammates duelled for the lead at the Bahrain GP throughout the race, coming inches away from colliding on several occasions, before Hamilton nipped Rosberg at the line by just one second. Rosberg said Thursday in Shanghai that 'I don't like coming second.' The Mercedes cars have been so far ahead of their rivals in the first three races of the Formula One season that Hamilton and Rosberg have been racing each other for first and second place. The two are already seen as the two front-runners for the championship.
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