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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

Mar 4, 2014

Test Bahrain II day 1 & 3

01 S. Perez Force India VJM07 1:35.290 105
02 V. Bottas Williams FW36 1:36.184 +0.894 128
03 K. Raikkonen Ferrari F14 T 1:36.432 +1.142 54
04 N. Rosberg Mercedes F1 W05 1:36.624 +1.334 89
05 A. Sutil Sauber C33 1:37.700 +2.410 89
06 K. Magnussen McLaren MP4-29 1:37.825 +2.535 109
07 D. Ricciardo Red Bull RB10 1:37.908 +2.618 39
08 M. Chilton Marussia MR03 1:38.610 +3.320 44
09 D. Kvyat Toro Rosso STR9 1:39.242 +3.952 56
10 P. Maldonado Lotus E22 1:40.599 +5.309 31
11 K. Kobayashi Caterham CT05 1:42.285 +6.995 19

Nico Rosberg
That was not a fantastic day for us. We tried some new parts on the car and you find out a lot through doing that. But unfortunately we did not only discover good things today. I managed to do a couple of good laps before lunch but in the afternoon we had a few small problems which ended my running a bit earlier than planned. This shows that we are pushing everything to the limit and we still have a massive challenge in front of us during the last three days of testing. We need to maximise our time here to be prepared for Melbourne. But after a difficult day overall we are on the right path.




01 F. Massa Williams FW36 1:37.224 48
02 N. Hulkenberg Force India VJM07 1:38.000 +0.776 42
03 N. Rosberg Mercedes F1 W05 1:38.557 +1.333 22
04 D. Kvyat Toro Rosso STR9 1:39.297 +2.073 41
05 K. Magnussen McLaren MP4-29 1:40.252 +3.028 24
06 K. Raikkonen Ferrari F14 T 1:41.542 +4.318 9
07 M. Ericsson Caterham CT05 1:41.849 +4.625 69
08 J. Bianchi Marussia MR03 1:41.889 +4.665 55
09 R. Grosjean Lotus E22 1:43.088 +5.864 14
10 A. Sutil Sauber C33 - :—.--- +-.--- 1
11 S. Vettel Red Bull RB10 - :—.--- +-.--- 1

Nico Rosberg
That was an incredible effort by the team and I’m really happy with our day’s work. The night shift crew recognised a strange sound from the engine while working on it during the night so we had to change it, which took a good few hours and meant we missed out on running for most of the morning. In the end I managed to do over 100 laps, so this was a very useful final day of testing for me and I learned a lot in the process. The only problem was the conditions, with a lot of wind and blowing sand at some corners meaning that suddenly you could have almost no grip which was a bit difficult to manage. Overall I can be really happy about my testing programme, so a big thanks to everyone in the team both here and back at the two factories for the remarkable job they’ve done. As is the case for everybody, we still have a few reliability problems that definitely need to be sorted out before Australia, but in general I think the winter tests have been better than expected. After some work in the simulator next week I will fly to Melbourne on Friday, and I can’t wait to be back in the car again.

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