Japanese Grand Prix winner Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team's German driver Nico Rosberg holds up his trophy on the podium after the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix race in Suzuka on October 7, 2016. / AFP / BEHROUZ MEHRI
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Nico Rosberg romped to victory at the Japanese Grand Prix Sunday to extend his lead over world champion Lewis Hamilton in the Formula One title race.The German claimed his first Suzuka win from pole as Hamilton took third after a dreadful start, Rosberg stretching his lead over his Mercedes rival to 33 points with just four races left this season.Rosberg, whose Finnish father Keke won the 1982 Formula One title, failed to convert pole position into victory in Japan the past two years, both times losing out to Hamilton.But he got away cleanly this time, while Hamilton fell to eighth, radioing to the pits: "Sorry, guys".
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