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Nico Rosberg does not believe his former team Mercedes have made up their mind yet about George Russell or Valtteri Bottas for 2022.
Nico Rosberg believes his and Lewis Hamilton’s Mercedes rivalry was “more complicated” than the Briton’s current battle with Max Verstappen.
Nico Rosberg is in no doubt Lando Norris has everything required to become a Formula 1 World Champion.
Nico Rosberg criticised Lewis Hamilton for being too passive against Max Verstappen during the move that decided victory in the French Grand Prix.
Nico Rosberg says he enjoys the balance he has in his current life, and that taking over the running of a Formula 1 team “would not be for me”.
Whether it is just a play on words or there is more to it, something about Nico Rosberg’s new career makes Daniel Ricciardo want to chuckle.
As a team boss himself now in Extreme E, Nico Rosberg does hold some regrets over his past criticism of former boss Toto Wolff.
A “competitive as hell” Nico Rosberg has said he has approached Extreme E as if it was Formula 1 after his team won the second race of the season.
Nico Rosberg thinks Mick Schumacher’s crash in FP3 at the Monaco Grand Prix was one too many for this stage of his brief Formula 1 career.
Nico Rosberg has admitted he got it wrong in urging Ferrari to sign Daniel Ricciardo rather than Carlos Sainz.
Mercedes’ chief strategist, James Vowles, has offered a stark contrast of how former team-mates Sir Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg would maximise performance.
News of Nico Rosberg’s retirement days after winning the 2016 World Championship caught the whole F1 community off guard – but even more so in the Mercedes team.
Nico Rosberg would have expected congratulations from Sir Lewis Hamilton for his team’s opening Extreme E victory “if he had my number”.
As his Extreme E team prepare for their debut, Nico Rosberg has opened up on how he has learned driver management skills from his F1 bosses.
Nico Rosberg has included Sergio Perez among his four potential Drivers’ World Championship winners this season.
Nico Rosberg has insisted it was pure coincidence that he and Sir Lewis Hamilton will find themselves as rivals in the inaugural Extreme E series.
Nico Rosberg believes Mick Schumacher will find F1 life “10 times more difficult” than any other son of an ex-driver – because his father was so successful.
2016 Formula 1 World Champion Nico Rosberg has made it clear that a return to racing is not on the cards, not even in Extreme E.
Never mind just in Formula 1, Nico Rosberg feels Lewis Hamilton’s seventh World title must go down as “one of the greatest achievements in sporting history as a whole”.
Nico Rosberg has joined Lewis Hamilton in launching his own Extreme E team ahead of the inaugural season starting in January 2021.
Nico Rosberg has pinpointed where he believes Renault have made the improvement which has established them as F1’s current team to beat outside the top two.
With a four-month hiatus between the testing and the start of the new season, Nico Rosberg reckons F1’s virtual racers will have an advantage come Austria.
Joining Mercedes in 2010, Nico Rosberg believed he would be top dog only to find out that Michael Schumacher was to be his team-mate.
2016 World Champion, Nico Rosberg, has offered to pay £500 for a food delivery after learning a fan was having difficulties getting to the shops.
If Formula 1 is reduced to just eight weekends of racing, Nico Rosberg says the sport needs to make them all “double-headers”.
Nico Rosberg admits he “maybe” didn’t have the talent of former Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton, who he thinks could win “nine” titles.
Considering ways to get in as many races as possible in just a few months, Nico Rosberg is advocating for “doubleheader weekends” with races run in both directions.
Formula 1 needs all 10 teams to survive with Nico Rosberg saying it would ruin the show if “two or three” dropped out.
2016 World Champion Nico Rosberg has selected his top five Formula 1 drivers of all time in a quick-fire fashion on Sky Sports F1’s Vodcast.
Nico Rosberg says F1 must find a “creative” solution to the calendar, advocating for double header weekends of two races.