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Rosberg: Ferrari now in ‘nothing to lose' territory

Nico Rosberg said that Ferrari's run of bad form has put them in 'nothing to lose' territory as they struggle to keep up with Red Bull. After the first three races of the season, it seemed as if not only were Ferrari back at the top of the sport but they were some distance clear of all but Red Bull. A few months later though and a combination of car faults plus bad team decisions have seen them and Charles Leclerc slip well behind Red Bull in both Championships. Form is definitely with Max Verstappen and co. having won the last six races but 2016 World Champion Rosberg has argued that this has inadvertently taken some of the pressure off of Ferrari. 'It's kind of nothing to lose anymore,'...
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