Nico Rosberg articles on F1 Fanatic archive
Rosberg disappointed he “messed up” 12th October 2014, 14:23
Nico Rosberg said he was disappointed in himself for spoiling his race at the first corner in Russia.
“Contamination” caused Rosberg’s Singapore failure 26th September 2014, 18:43
Mercedes have shed new light on the problem which forced Nico Rosberg to retire from the Singapore Grand Prix.
Mercedes blame wiring loom for Rosberg retirement 21st September 2014, 18:42
Nico Rosberg’s retirement from the Singapore Grand Prix was blamed on a fault with his car’s wiring loom by his Mercedes team.
Rosberg says he cut chicane to avoid tyre damage 8th September 2014, 12:05
Nico Rosberg said he decided to cut the chicane during the Italian Grand Prix because he didn’t want to risk damaging his tyres and having to make an extra pit stop.
Hamilton thought Rosberg would crack under pressure 7th September 2014, 16:22
Lewis Hamilton said he decided to attack his team mate immediately after the first round of pit stops because he believed he would crack under pressure.
Mercedes should back one driver – Briatore 5th September 2014, 22:18
Former Renault and Benetton team principal Flavio Briatore says Mercedes’ policy of letting both drivers fight for the world championship is costing the team.
Rosberg says he chose to apologise for Spa crash 4th September 2014, 15:05
Nico Rosberg says it was his decision to apologise to team mate Lewis Hamilton for the collision between the pair during the Belgian Grand Prix.
Hamilton: “We both made mistakes” 29th August 2014, 15:40
Lewis Hamilton has issued a conciliatory statement following the collision with his team mate which left him point-less in the Belgian Grand Prix.
Nico Rosberg has apologised for colliding with Lewis Hamilton during Sunday’s Belgian Grand Prix, Mercedes have confirmed.
How can Mercedes defuse the Hamilton-Rosberg row? 27th August 2014, 12:10
The deteriorating relationship between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg is a threat to Mercedes’ F1 supremacy and a major test for their post-Ross Brawn leadership.