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By Gary Rose

All times stated are UK

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  1. A step into the unkown

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    It's getting tense in the title battle as Nico Rosberg heads into the next race with just a nine point lead over Lewis Hamilton.

    Perhaps then, it is a good thing for the championship leader that Formula 1 heads into the unknown next as Azerbaijan plays host to the European Grand Prix.

    Baku, Formula 1 is coming...

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    Chika Charles: This year is Rosberg's best and last year for the title ... If Lewis takes it again, that is game over for him   

  3. 'Can I stop now?'

    Did Fernando Alonso want to call it a day towards the end of the race?

    Judge for yourself by listening to his radio here.

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    Close call between Carlos Sainz and Valtteri Bottas for my driver of the day, but Sainz shades it. Great drive from 20th to finish ninth.

  5. Five wins from 10 starts in Montreal for Hamilton

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    Two away from Michael Schumacher's record. Will he beat it?

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    The pack up is in full swing in Canada, where's Lewis Hamilton? Off celebrating a second successive win? Nope, still doing interviews. Good effort.

  7. So little to separate them

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    Chika Charles: Lewis will always come on top against Nico. He should stop swearing.

    Nico Rosberg now leads the world championship by only nine points
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    Not to take anything away from Lewis Hamilton's win (well, maybe a little bit) but he owes a fair bit to costly team errors in the last two races. He benefited from Daniel Ricciardo's botched pit stop in Monaco, and from Ferrari's strategy call today.

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    Fernando Alonso provided a dash of humour towards the end of the race as he asked his team if he should stop after Daniil Kvyat passed him to take 11th.

    He explained to Sky Sports why he said what he did over the radio: "We didn't have the pace today. We were out of the points and I had to do 50 laps on the same set of tyres, people around me were faster so it was not fun to be out there."

    He suggests in his interview afterwards he meant he wanted fresh tyres. I'm not so sure. He didn't sound at the time like a man who wanted to continue.

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    Erm...yay?

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  13. Let's go, Timo, let's go

    If, like Timo here, you want to follow Germany's Euro 2016 match with Ukraine, then head over here.

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    David Nicholson Hirst: Where are all the Rosberg lovers now? Long season, luck doesn't come into play, consistency and speed is what Hamilton over Nico.

    Bernie Austin: 'Son of Spartacus' on the podium. Good questions good answers.

    Lewis Hamilton with his winners trophy and champagne
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  16. 'It went completely pear-shaped'

    More from Nico Rosberg on an eventful and at times messy afternoon which ultimately brought a fifth-placed finish

    He told Sky Sports: "I nearly ran out of fuel and that's why I couldn't attack Max at the end. When I did, he defended really well.

    "At the end it went completely pear-shaped but I managed to get it back. Frustrating race."

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  17. Rosberg not happy. At all

    Nico Rosberg is not happy, telling Sky Sports he was "peed off" (he used a slightly stronger word) at how he was forced off the track by Lewis Hamilton when the two Mercedes went wheel to wheel at the start.

    He adds: "But that's racing - it's my job to make sure I come out in front next time."

    When Sky's Rachel Brookes apologises for his language, Rosberg looks slightly baffled but then makes his own apology direct to camera.

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    Jack of all trades: To the vettel & Ferrari fans, Seb did crack under pressure and made two crucial mistakes with fresher tyres, otherwise would be close.

    Fissuh Hailu: Avoid any mistake and surely Hamilton to win this. Great race again.

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    Andrew Benson

    Chief F1 writer

    Got to say Ferrari made a bit of a mess of that one. Just like in Australia. That's two potential wins gone begging from strategy errors.