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Nico Rosberg predicts Ferrari to fall back in development race

Mercedes champion Nico Rosberg believes his former team will move ahead of Ferrari as the development race heats up, claiming the Italian squad will struggle to match the might of Mercedes in the second half of the season. Ferrari have so far been a match for the Anglo-German outfit, with Sebastian Vettel claiming four wins, whilst Lewis Hamilton also has four and team-mate Valtteri Bottas two. Mercedes have opened up a lead in the Constructors' Championship, but Vettel holds the advantage in the Drivers'. Rosberg expects that to change going into the final races of the year, although he admitted surprise at Ferrari's latest dominant 1-2 in Hungary. 'Ferrari have really done a...
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