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President Putin awards German winner of Sochi F1 GP Rosberg with trophy

May 01, 17:11 UTC+3 MOSCOW
Rosberg secured on Sunday his record 7th straight Formula One win after leaving the rest of the drivers behind on a sunny afternoon in Russia’s resort city of Sochi
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MOSCOW, May 1. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin personally congratulated the winner of the 2016 F1 Sochi Grand Prix, Nico Rosberg, in the Russian resort city of Sochi and then awarded him the trophy.

In a pre-podium room Putin personally greeted the first three winners of the race, shook hands with Rosberg and asked him about the track in Sochi.

"You have done a great job here," Rosberg said.

Minutes later the Russian president was awarding the German racer this year’s Sochi F1 GP trophy.

Rosberg secured on Sunday his record 7th straight Formula One win after leaving the rest of the drivers behind on a sunny afternoon in Russia’s resort city of Sochi.

Rosberg clocked the best lap time of 1 minute 35.417 seconds in the qualification session on Saturday to take the pole position and starting from the top of the grid line on Sunday he maintained the strong lead throughout the race to take the top step of the Sochi GP podium.

His Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton, who won the two previous Sochi GP races, finished in the second place behind Rosberg with over 12 seconds gap.

Ferraris’ Kimi Raikkonen finished in the third place after team Mercedes pilots.

Russian racer Daniil Kvyat from team Red Bull completed his home track race in the 15th place.

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