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Nico Rosberg 30 years old. Mercedes GP Petronas #6
2º in WDC. 322 points.
Best '15 position: 1º
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Feb 27, 2016

Photos Launch + Barcelona test

Launch W07
Barcelona Test




Barcelona test day 4

1 Kimi Räikkönen Ferrari SF16-H 1:23.477 80
2 Daniil Kvyat Red Bull RB12 1:24.293 96
3 Alfonso Celis Force India VJM09 1:24.840 75
4 Kevin Magnussen Renault RS16 1:25.263 153
5 Max Verstappen Toro Rosso STR11 1:25.393 110
6 Felipe Nasr Sauber C34 1:26.053 121
7 Nico Rosberg Mercedes W07 1:26.187 86
8 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes W07 1:26.295 99
9 Felipe Massa Williams FW37 1:26.483 54
10 Esteban Gutiérrez Haas VF-16 1:27.802 89
11 Rio Haryanto Manor MRT05 1:28.266 51
12 Fernando Alonso McLaren MP4-31 pas de temps 3

Nico Rosberg
It’s been a great start. Reliability is looking very, very good and the car feels quick. It’s great even to look at. You take a walk around it and there’s some real innovation there. You can really see how far we’ve come as a team these past few years – it’s very impressive. I can’t wait to see what it can do when we get to qualifying in Melbourne. Pounding round on mediums all day isn’t always so fun! Physically it’s actually been ok. I knew it would be an intense couple of weeks so I prepared for it. Of course, there’s a few bits that are sore – mostly from the seat as it’s solid carbon. But overall I’m really pleased with how it’s been. It’s useful to have done so much mileage, as we found a few small problems that maybe we wouldn’t have discovered with less track time. Nothing race ending – just small things – which could be very useful for Melbourne and beyond.

Barcelona test day 3

1 Nico Hülkenberg Force India VJM09 1:23.110 99
2 Romain Grosjean Haas VF-16 1:25.874 82
3 Kimi Räikkönen Ferrari SF16-H 1:25.977 78
4 Kevin Magnussen Renault RS16 1:26.014 111
5 Nico Rosberg Mercedes W07 1:26.084 74
6 Carlos Sainz Toro Rosso STR11 1:26.239 161
7 Felipe Nasr Sauber C34 1:26.392 115
8 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes W07 1:26.421 88
9 Daniil Kvyat Red Bull RB12 1:26.497 74
10 Felipe Massa Williams FW37 1:26.712 109
11 Jenson Button McLaren MP4-31 1:26.919 51
12 Rio Haryanto Manor MRT05 1:28.249 78

Nico Rosberg
That was another very valuable day for us. It’s amazing to see that the car is already so reliable and we started trying some basic set up changes this morning too. It was good to split the time on track with Lewis. The car is able to do so many laps, so I think it’s probably a more effective way of doing things. Two drivers doing half days will do better work compared to 160 or 170 laps from one person. We want to get the maximum out of the very few testing days we have this year, so to me it makes perfect sense. I also heard about the new qualifying format for 2017 today. I hope it stays simple and clear for the fans, so we’ll see how that works out. But, in general, it’s definitely important that we rethink the sport and try to make it better from time to time, so I’m open to any improvements.