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Nico Rosberg Can Spoil Lewis Hamilton’s Party by Winning 2015 British Grand Prix

Most athletes thrive in a hostile atmosphere. They possess the quality to detach themselves from aggression, to remain immune to the hatred targeted at them—be it face-to-face or via the dark forest of social media—and to turn venom into victory. Footballers, for instance, often discuss how being the subject of spite from opposition supporters only inspires them to perform at a greater level, to silence the scoundrels in the best possible fashion. Many, in fact, are defined by hostility, with Robbie Savage, among the most divisive British players of recent times, telling the Mirror how he would "miss getting booed every Saturday" upon announcing his retirement from the professional game in 2011.  The ability to deal with c...

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