Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team's German driver Nico Rosberg drives at the Circuit de Catalunya on May 10, 2015 in Montmelo on the outskirts of Barcelona during the Spanish Formula One Grand Prix. AFP PHOTO / JOSEP LAGO
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If last year is anything to go by, Nico Rosberg's Spanish Grand Prix victory could be the start of a run of success for the German that puts the heat back on Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton.While Hamilton will want to show that Barcelona was no more than a blip, in a race that was no thriller, Rosberg has demonstrated he still has what it takes.After five races in 2014, Hamilton had won four and Rosberg one but the German was much closer in the standings thanks to his teammate's retirement in the Australian opener.Last year, the Briton left Spain as a winner and did not clamber to the top step of the podium again until his home British Grand Prix in July.Despite that, he went on to win 11 races to Rosberg's five and take the title.
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