Formula 1 driver Nico Rosberg addresses the media during the Hockenheim-Ring Media Day at the race track in Hockenheim, Germany, on June 28, 2016. / AFP / DANIEL ROLAND
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Nico Rosberg is the only current Formula One driver to have won in Austria and Mercedes' championship leader intends to keep it that way Sunday by completing his hat-trick in Red Bull's backyard.The German arrived at the scenic Red Bull Ring buoyed by a victory in Baku which restored his lead over teammate and triple champion Lewis Hamilton to 24 points with 13 rounds remaining.Rosberg dominated in Azerbaijan, leading all the way from pole position and also setting the fastest lap.Hamilton, who finished fifth in Baku after starting 10th, will be looking to do much better at what he calls an "old school track". Only Mercedes-powered cars have finished in the top three since the race returned to the calendar in 2014 after an 11-year break, with Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel fourth last season.
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