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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
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Nov 15, 2015

Brazilian GP race

1. N. Rosberg Mercedes 1:31:09.090
2. L. Hamilton Mercedes +7.756
3. S. Vettel Ferrari +14.244 +6.488
4. K. Raikkonen Ferrari +47.543 +33.299
5. V. Bottas Williams +1 Lap
6. N. Hulkenberg Force India +1 Lap
7. D. Kvyat Red Bull +1 Lap
8. R. Grosjean Lotus +1 Lap
9. M. Verstappen Toro Rosso +1 Lap
10. P. Maldonado Lotus +1 Lap
11. D. Ricciardo Red Bull +1 Lap
12. S. Perez Force India +1 Lap
13. F. Nasr Sauber +1 Lap
14. J. Button McLaren +1 Lap
15. F. Alonso McLaren +1 Lap
16. M. Ericsson Sauber +1 Lap
17. W. Stevens Manor +2 Laps
18. A. Rossi Manor +4 Laps
19. C. Sainz Jr. Toro Rosso +71 Laps

Nico Rosberg
Wow – another great win in front of another great crowd! I’m so happy with that one – especially at this great circuit with all this history, which makes it extra fun. It was a perfect weekend for me. I was able to control the race the whole time and won with a comfortable margin to Lewis in the end. The team made a good decision to switch to a three-stop race as we saw that Lewis’ tyres went off very quickly. I look forward now to Abu Dhabi where I’ll be pushing to end the season on a high. It’s good to have secured P2 in the Championship in front of Sebastian today – but that’s never really been my ambition. I want to be first, so I need to raise my game as this year it wasn’t high enough. I want to remember at this moment also that we have to put our sport in a different perspective after the incident in Paris. My thoughts are very much still with the family and friends of the people involved.

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