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  • In December 2009 it was announced that Schumacher would be returning to Formula One in the season alongside fellow German driver Nico Rosberg in the new Mercedes GP team.Michael Schumacher-Wikipedia
  • Alonso finished fifth, having kept Nico Rosberg's Mercedes behind him for 46 laps, while Button scored two points with ninth.McLaren-Wikipedia
  • Following Nico Rosberg's decision to retire, the team released Bottas from his contract to allow him to take his place at Mercedes, with Massa returning to the team on a one-year deal.Williams Grand Prix Engineering-Wikipedia
  • Vettel managed to pass both Nico Rosberg and Webber before the first corner, leading for all bar two laps en route to his and the team's first victory of the year.Red Bull Racing-Wikipedia
  • In, Mercedes clinched its first Formula One Constructor's title with drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg with three races to go, after dominating much of the season.Mercedes-Benz-Wikipedia
  • Also Nico Rosberg won the Formula One World Championship.Germany-Wikipedia

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