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Rosberg: German GP win would be an amazing end to good times

Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg has said it would be 'amazing' for him to win his home German Grand Prix this weekend. Since his disappointing retirement in the British Grand Prix last time out, when a gearbox problem forced him out and allowed his team-mate, Lewis Hamilton to slash his championship lead from 29 points to just four, Rosberg has made the most of the two week gap. Indeed last Friday he married his long-term girlfriend Vivian Sibold and then this week he agreed a new long term deal with Mercedes. He was also delighted to see Germany beat Argentina 1-0 in the Football World Cup on Sunday and said a win now this weekend on home soil would be a remarkable way to end a special few...
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