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Nico Rosberg Should Be Pleased with 2nd Place in 2014 Japanese Grand Prix

After his desperate retirement from the Singapore Grand Prix a fortnight ago, Nico Rosberg's title challenge could have gone one of two ways. Having witnessed his 22-point lead turn into a three-point deficit in the space of one race, one evening, the German could have allowed himself to become shrouded in self-pity and surrender to Lewis Hamilton, his Mercedes teammate and championship rival. He could have adopted The Mark Webber Role: accepting that his high-profile teammate possesses more natural talent and believing that he is in a battle he is never going to win, settling into the No. 2 driver position within the team accordingly. Or he could have rebounded from the disappointment of Singapore—not to mention the errors whic...

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