Nico Rosberg has won the Russian Grand Prix and extended his overall lead in the Formula One standings. This is his fourth victory in four races this season alone, placing him in the company of a select few. Will he be able to sustain the momentum?
Mercedes pilot Valtteri Bottas has won the Russian Grand Prix ahead of German driver Sebastian Vettel, who had started in pole. The duo delivered an enthralling race after Bottas took the lead on the first lap.
Nico Rosberg will be aiming to win his first drivers' championship in the season's final F1 race in Abu Dhabi this weekend. If it isn't him, it will be his Mercedes teammate, Lewis Hamilton, who will take the title.
Ferrari have put in another strong session to end the first week of preseason testing. They are looking to end the dominance of Mercedes, who have found a strong replacement for last year's champion, Nico Rosberg.
As preseason training draws to a close, there are indications that Sebastian Vettel and his Ferrari may be capable of challenging Mercedes in 2017. Vettel's teammate, though, was the fastest on the last day of training.
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