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Rosberg warns Red Bull: 'Ferrari have nothing to lose'

Nico Rosberg believes Ferrari have nothing to lose in the title race against Red Bull Racing. The former world champion thinks the pressure is off the Italians, but that can be dangerous. Article continues under ad Ferrari were favourites for the world title at the start of the season, but at the moment the Italians are struggling to keep up with Red Bull Racing. In the Constructors' Championship they are trailing by 76 points after poor team decisions and multiple DNFs for Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc. Max Verstappen, meanwhile, looks dominant with six wins to his name already. "It’s kind of nothing to lose anymore. So just go for it and then see what can be maximised. Of...
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