Mercedes F1 boss Toto Wolff taking nothing for granted

Mercedes F1 boss Toto Wolff says that the team can take nothing for granted heading into the second half of the 2016 season. Wolff cautions that the opposition has been catching up in recent races, and that the balance of power between current leader Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg could yet change."We return from the summer break with fresh energy for the next phase of the season...
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Nico Rosberg confident he will bounce back from adversity

Nico Rosberg believes that he is always be able to bounce back from adversity after his frustrating afternoon in Hockenheim saw him slip further behind Lewis Hamilton in the World Championship battle.Asked about Hamilton's recent strong run, the German pointed out that his teammate has always been a tough competitor."Lewis doesn't just seem strong in the recent Grands Prix, Lewis...
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21 days ago

'It was racing' argues Nico Rosberg after five-second penalty

Nico Rosberg says he was surprised to get a penalty for forcing Max Verstappen off track during the German GP.The Mercedes driver was handed a five-second penalty, which actually stretched out to over eight seconds because the team messed up the timing process after an apparent stopwatch failure in the pit. Rosberg eventually finished fourth.“It was racing,” said Rosberg. ...
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21 days ago

Electronic glitch disrupted Nico Rosberg's final qualifying session

Nico Rosberg overcame an electronic glitch that ruined his first run in Q3 to claim pole for his home race in Germany.Rosberg had to abort his first run after experiencing a throttle problem close to the end of his lap, so he didn’t have a banker time after the first runs. Despite the extra pressure he then set a time that teammate Lewis Hamilton could not beat after locking up...
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24 days ago

Nico Rosberg takes pole for German GP, Hamilton 2nd

HOCKENHEIM, Germany (AP) Nico Rosberg beat Mercedes teammate and Formula One championship leader Lewis Hamilton to take pole position for Sunday's German Grand Prix. Rosberg was the fastest in all three practice runs ahead of Saturday's qualifying and set the pace again in the final of the three qualifying sessions. Hamilton was .107 seconds behind Rosberg, with Daniel Ricciardo...
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Rosberg off to fast start in Germany, looks to take back points lead

Nico Rosberg looks ready to snatch back the Formula One lead from Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton.If Friday's two practice runs are anything to go by, Rosberg appears faster than Hamilton heading into the German Grand Prix weekend.Rosberg was more than three-tenths of a second faster than his Mercedes teammate in both sessions. Rosberg won the last Formula One race on the Hockenheim...
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25 days ago  |  Discuss

Hamilton wins Hungarian GP to take overall lead from Rosberg

BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton won the Hungarian Grand Prix for a record fifth time on Sunday to take the championship lead from teammate Nico Rosberg, who finished second. Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo was third, followed by Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel and Max Verstappen of Red Bull. Hamilton now has five F1 victories this season for 192 points, with Rosberg...
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July 24, 2016  |  Discuss

Nico Rosberg tops Friday practice while Lewis Hamilton crashes

Nico Rosberg of Mercedes posted by far the fastest lap during the second practice session for the Hungarian Grand Prix on Friday.Teammate Lewis Hamilton was unhurt after crashing sideways into a barrier of rubber tires, Mercedes said. Hamilton was able to drive the car back to the pit lane and later returned to the team garage after a medical checkup.Mercedes said Hamilton's car...
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July 22, 2016  |  Discuss

Rosberg looks to win second consecutive Brazilian Grand Prix

Nico Rosberg made it clear with a win Mexico that he wasn’t going to let the error at the United States Grand Prix get to him. After sliding out on the wet track in Austin, Rosberg handed over the victory—and Drivers Championship—to teammate Lewis Hamilton. While Rosberg showed great disinterest in the post race interviews, he came back to win at the Gran Premio de México...
November 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Nico Rosberg wins fourth race at Gran Premio De México

Not to be undone by his late slip-up on the Circuit of the Americas last week, Nico Rosberg secured his fourth victory in 2015 at Formula 1’s Gran Premio De México. Rosberg, who probably harbors some frustration towards his teammate Lewis Hamilton, has been the runner-up for Mercedes ever since Hamilton joined back in 2013. While the last three races of the season don’t hold...
November 02, 2015  |  Discuss

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