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Nico Rosberg Can’t Come Close to Lewis Hamilton in 2015 Hungarian GP Qualifying

When the fixtures are released ahead of a new football season, it is common for managers to plot their route to success using the calendar alone. In the privacy of their office—where the admission of weakness does not represent a lack of ambition but plain, old pragmatism—they survey the fixture list and identify matches they should win, games they should lose and the days when a goalless draw will suffice. They pinpoint a sequence of matches where they can best exploit their assets and accept that there will be months when their players' confidence will be eroded and the manager's job, in this modern world of instant success, will inevitably come under threat. The hope is that they can somehow control the uncontrollable and pr...

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