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5 of the Most Interesting Radio Messages from 2016 Italian Grand Prix

For the first time in the 2016 Formula One season, Nico Rosberg looked like a broken man after qualifying for the Italian Grand Prix. Just six days after Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton joined him on the Belgian GP podium from 21st on the grid, Rosberg was a huge 0.478 seconds slower than the championship leader in a two-way fight for pole position at Monza. The German was unable to hide his horror in the immediate aftermath of the session, but he was almost unrecognisable around 24 hours later. Hamilton's slow start had allowed Rosberg to take a comfortable victory at F1's Temple of Speed. And after crossing the line to take his seventh win of the season, cutting Hamilton's lead to just two points with seven races remainin...

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