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5 of the Most Interesting Radio Messages from 2016 Japanese Grand Prix

Nico Rosberg became the first Formula One driver to be interviewed over pit-to-car radio at last weekend's Japanese Grand Prix. The German produced an almost faultless lap to claim pole position at the Suzuka circuit, moving ever closer to his maiden world championship. But before he could celebrate the feat with his Mercedes team, Rosberg first had to answer questions posed by three-time grand prix winner and Sky Sports television pundit Johnny Herbert on his cool-down lap.
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