Nico Rosberg

Nico Rosberg Takes Philosophy With His Bad Luck

Nico Rosberg made it to Formula 1 in 2010 as one of the great future stars, after winning almost everything in his ascent to Formula 1. Nico Rosberg was a winner of the German Formula BMW, A1-GP, F3 Euro series and GP2 as a debutant in a space of just five years, sufficient reasons for Williams to trust the German and give him a starting place for the 2010 season where he especially emphasized his performance in the Brazilian GP where he got the pole position under very delicate conditions.

Nico Rosberg Formula 1

Nico Rosberg Formula 1

Nico Rosberg Formula 1

Since then, it can not be said that Nico Rosberg has had too much fortune . First, when choosing team, then Force India and Sauber alternated, being always in the car that did not go while the other was extraordinarily fast. Since 2014 he has found stability in the Force India team, where he has shown several times what he is capable of, but where he has not managed to get on the podium , unlike his teammate in recent seasons, Sergio Perez, Four times on the podium in this period.

There are a few times where the 24-hour winner at Le Mans has been close to getting it , but for A or B, something always happened that spoiled him. The last of these occasions took place in the last Brazilian Grand Prix, when shooting in a privileged position, remains of the vehicle of Kimi Raikkonen broke the spoiler and caused him a slow puncture. In this situation, the pilot prefers to take it with humor, as reflected in statements made to

“It was disappointing, but I’m tired of getting frustrated, so now I just laugh . It’s like this, I do not know why. I did a great job, the car was fine and everything was fine, but unfortunately dirt on the track punctured my tire and the rest is history. “ , Commented the German.

Nico Rosberg will change the air in 2017 with the step to Renault , where he will be a factory pilot and where who knows if he will be able to change the streak that takes to him to have more than 100 participation in races of Formula 1 without getting to podium. 

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