Rosberg beat Hamilton by nearly half a second in the afternoon practice. (AP Photo/Ricardo Mazalan)
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Nico Rosberg bounced back after being left behind by a dominant Lewis Hamilton in the morning to top the times for Mercedes in Friday's second free practice session for Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix.After winning in Mexico two weeks ago, Rosberg has recovered his confidence and is seeking a fifth consecutive pole position, but he said he is taking nothing for granted.Hamilton said he expected a tough battle, as usual, with his teammate.Hamilton, fastest by half a second in the opening session after what he described as "a difficult week," was 0.458s slower than Rosberg, who posted a best time of one minute and 12.385 seconds during a strong run on soft tires.
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