Mercedes Formula One racing driver Nico Rosberg of Germany waves during the unveiling of the new Mercedes F1 M06 car at the Circuito de Jerez in Jerez de la Frontera, Spain, Sunday, Feb. 1, 2015. (AP Photo/Miguel Morenatti)
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Nico Rosberg is studying how he breathes as he looks to overhaul F1 world champion and Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton.Rosberg did better than Hamilton in qualifying last year, securing 11 pole positions compared to seven, but Hamilton dominated him – 11 wins to five – on race day.Hamilton beat Rosberg by 67 points – but the margin was exaggerated by the double points on offer in the last race. Rosberg could have clinched the title, for example, if he had won and Hamilton placed third. But Hamilton won and Rosberg, blighted by technical problems, ended up 14th and out of the points.
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