Seriously good, according to a facinating article on autosport.com. Scarily good, in fact. The article, which is only available to autosport.com subscribers, explains how quick he was relative to the leaders while running in traffic. From overtaking Yuji Ide’s Suepr Aguri on lap nine until the end of the race, he lost only 3.0 seconds to winner Fernando Alonso.
To put that into perspective, only Kimi Raikkonen lost less time to the winner (0.7 seconds). Michael Schumacher lost 5.8, Jenson Button 13.4. Definitely an article worth reading. You may also be interested to know that you can get 40-1 on Rosberg to win in Sepang…
- Bookies back Alonso again
- Autosport.com – Analysis of Williams’ success and failure (external, subscription required)