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Nico Rosberg’s Recovery Drive in 2014 Russian GP Should Not Hide First-Lap Error

Lewis Hamilton, first. Nico Rosberg, second. It's a result that you could have forecast long before the inaugural Russian Grand Prix and certainly after Saturday's qualifying session, which ended with the former qualifying in pole position ahead of his Mercedes teammate by exactly two-tenths of a second, according to the official Formula One website. But the result, in this season of twists and turns, only tells half the story. With his victory at the Sochi Autodrom, Hamilton has equaled his career-best record of four consecutive wins—an achievement only first established at May's Spanish Grand Prix—and has embarked upon a run of blistering form at exactly the right time for his title prospects. Over the course of those last fou...

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