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Nico Rosberg

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Nico Rosberg: bio Nico Erik Rosberg (born 27 June 1985) is a German Formula One driver for Mercedes Formula One team. Born in Germany as the son of Finnish former world champion Keke Rosberg, he races under the German flag in Formula One, but has also briefly competed for Finland in early stages of his racing career. He holds dual nationality of these two countries; however Rosberg, attributed to be fluent in five languages, does not speak Finnish. Rosberg won the 2005 GP2 Series for the ART team, having raced in Formula 3 Euro Series previously for his father Keke Rosberg's racing organisation Team Rosberg. Rosberg entered Formula One in 2006 with Williams, the team with which his father had won the 1982 championship. Full bio http://www.motorsport.com/driver/nico-rosberg/bio


Nico Rosberg
Born (1985-06-27) 27 June 1985 (age 30)
Wiesbaden, Hesse, West Germany
Formula One World Championship career
Nationality German
2016 team Mercedes
Car number 6
Entries 188 (188 starts)
Championships 0
Wins 17
Podiums 44
Career points 1284.5
Pole positions 23
Fastest laps 15
First entry 2006 Bahrain Grand Prix
First win 2012 Chinese Grand Prix
Last win 2016 Chinese Grand Prix
Last entry 2016 Chinese Grand Prix
2015 position 2nd (322 pts)

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The 1982 world champion purposely retreated from F1 in 2010 and did not get a major interview until late-2016 in Abu Dhabi, after his son won the title.Nico convinced his father to drive a 1982 Williams in Monaco last week as part of a joint-demonstration, and the two filmed an interview together afterwards that has been posted on the ex-Mercedes driver's YouTube channel.Interviewer ... Keep reading


Liberty Media took control of F1’s commercial rights during Rosberg’s title-winning season, and the former Mercedes driver has watched from the outside since retiring from F1 at the end of that year.F1 will introduce simpler front wings next year to try to make it easier for cars to follow ahead of a raft of changes planned for 2021 that are designed to improve racing and reduce the ... Keep reading