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Rosberg: I lead the championship and I plan to keep it that way

Rosberg: I lead the championship and I plan to keep it that way 20 April, 2014 Nico Rosberg recovered from a bad start to finish second in the Chinese Grand Prix behind his Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton, and the result sees him hang on to his championship points lead heading to the European stanza of the championship where he intends to stay top of the table. He reflected on his day of work in Shanghai. You still lead the Formula 1 World Championship so some consolation in that respect? Nico Rosberg: Yeah, definitely. That’s there. I’m not going to use the word still because I plan to keep it that way. Definitely in the lead and that’s good. Especially considering that the whole...
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