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nico 2015

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Nico Rosberg 30 years old. Mercedes GP Petronas #6
2º in WDC. 322 points.
Best '15 position: 1º
Nico's results

Feb 23, 2014

Bahrain test day 2 & 4

01 F. Alonso Ferrari F14 T 1:37.700 31
02 V. Bottas Williams FW36 1:37.882 +0.182 43
03 N. Hulkenberg Force India VJM07 1:38.394 +0.694 24
04 K. Magnussen McLaren MP4-29 1:39.958 +2.258 8
05 S. Vettel Red Bull RB10 1:40.540 +2.840 26
06 J. Vergne Toro Rosso STR9 1:40.609 +2.909 53
07 N. Rosberg Mercedes F1 W05 1:40.932 +3.232 34
08 E. Gutierrez Sauber C33 1:41.135 +3.435 40
09 R. Grosjean Lotus E22 1:41.670 +3.970 15
10 M. Chilton Marussia MR03 1:42.511 +4.811 14
11 K. Kobayashi Caterham CT05 1:45.059 +7.359 68

Nico Rosberg
We achieved another good amount of laps today which proves that the first part of testing in terms of reliability is going well. We had a few small issues but it’s important to find out what they are to see what is not yet running perfectly. We need to push the car to the limits to see how it works in every condition. We don’t yet know where we are in terms of performance, but today was a great day for me personally because I felt at home in the new car for the first time. All the settings were as we would like and the buttons on the steering wheel are now easier to get used to. I look forward to getting into the car again on Saturday.




01 N. Rosberg Mercedes F1 W05 1:33.283 89

02 J. Button McLaren MP4-29 1:34.957 +1.674 66
03 K. Raikkonen Ferrari F14 T 1:36.718 +3.435 82
04 F. Nasr Williams FW36 1:37.569 +4.286 87
05 P. Maldonado Lotus E22 1:38.707 +5.424 59
06 S. Perez Force India VJM07 1:39.258 +5.975 19
07 D. Ricciardo Red Bull RB10 1:39.837 +6.554 15
08 J. Vergne Toro Rosso STR9 1:40.472 +7.189 19
09 K. Kobayashi Caterham CT05 1:43.027 +9.744 17
10 M. Ericsson Caterham CT05 1:45.094 +11.811 4
11 A. Sutil Sauber C33 - :—.--- +—.--- 7
12 J. Bianchi Marussia MR03 - :—.--- +—.--- 5

Nico Rosberg
We can be very pleased with the first test in Bahrain this week. We completed a lot of mileage and learnt more about the car with every lap we achieved. This morning we were able to try some qualifying practice runs which felt good, meaning I could attack the lap a bit as I found a good balance. Later in the day we did a race simulation, which was crucial to learn all the new things in the car. There was a lot of feedback from the engineers, so my head was full of information! We suffered with an issue at the end of the day which ended our programme slightly early. There is still some way to go for us to manage the reliability before Melbourne as this will play a huge factor in the early races, but we’re hopeful that we can make another step towards achieving this next week.


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