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Nico Rosberg Produces Plucky Performance to Win the 2014 Brazilian Grand Prix

Where did that come from? Just seven days ago, Nico Rosberg looked for all the world like a beaten man standing on the second step of the United States Grand Prix beneath Lewis Hamilton, his Mercedes team-mate and 2014 championship rival, who in stark contrast looked to have the world at his feet. Hamilton, in winning at the Circuit of the Americas, had just established a personal-best record of five consecutive victories—overtaking Nigel Mansell, the 1992 world champion—to become the most successful British driver of all time in terms of race wins and, most significantly, to extend his lead over Rosberg in the drivers' standings to 24 points. The German, having squandered the race win only 24 hours after setting a convincing p...

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