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Germany's Nico Rosberg celebrated his first Formula One world championship Sunday after finishing runner-up in a tense Abu Dhabi Grand Prix won by Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton amid accusations of "dirty tricks".Rosberg, who had needed only to finish in the top three to be sure of the title, settled into second at the start as Hamilton streaked clear but the Briton's strategy was immediately apparent.He made little effort to build up a commanding lead, knowing that his only hope of becoming Britain's first four-time champion depended on denying Rosberg clear air and allowing rivals to get close enough to pass.Rosberg, his country's third champion after Michael Schumacher and Vettel, held his nerve and position just as he has throughout a season in which he has insisted on taking one race at a time.At the same time, Hamilton knew he would have to explain himself to unimpressed team bosses.
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