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Rosberg confident of progress with race starts

Nico Rosberg could not get the jump on Lewis Hamilton off the line in Spain Sutton Images Enlarge Nico Rosberg believes he should have put his start-line problems behind him in Monaco as he looks to wrestle the championship initiative back from Lewis Hamilton. Rosberg heads to his unofficial home race having relinquished the championship lead to Hamilton in Spain, knowing he is yet to beat his team-mate over a race distance this season. One of the main issues facing Rosberg has been his slow getaways off the line, though both Mercedes drivers worked on this issue during this week's in-season test in Barcelona. Rosberg is confident he will see progress off the line at Monaco, as well with...
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