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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

Nov 5, 2015

Imola GP race 2

1. Adam Carroll Super Nova 17 laps 28m 31.314s
2. Alex Premat ART +5.460secs
3. Heikki Kovalainen Arden +6.715secs
4. Gianmaria Bruni Coloni +9.964secs
5. Olivier Pla DPR +11.519secs
6. Nelson Piquet Jr Hitech Piquet +13.580secs

7. Juan Cruz Alvarez Campos +25.769secs
8. Sergio Hernandez Campos +27.737secs
9. Hiroki Yoshimoto BCN +29.741secs
10. Borja Garcia Racing Engineering +37.248secs
11. Jose Maria Lopez DAMS +37.482secs
12. Fairuz Fauzy DAMS +37.965secs
13. Alexandre Negrao Hitech Piquet +45.909secs
14. Ryan Sharp DPR +57.807secs
15. Neel Jani Racing Engineering +1 lap

Rtd Giorgio Pantano Super Nova 14 laps completed
Rtd Nico Rosberg ART 12 laps completed
Rtd Nicolas Lapierre Arden 5 laps completed
Rtd. Mathias Lauda Coloni 3 laps completed
Rtd Can Artam iSport 3 laps completed
Rtd Scott Speed iSport 2 laps completed
Rtd Clivio Piccione Durango 1 lap completed

Dns Ernesto Viso BCN
Dns Ferdinando Monfardini Durango


Fastest lap:
Nicolas Lapierre Arden 1min 33.871secs lap 2


Nico Rosberg:
The weekend started very badly as I had not been able to do a single lap during the only Friday Free Practice session. I had braking problems and engine cuts in qualifying, so starting from 11th position on the grid wasn't actually that bad, even if it did not make me very happy at the time. Race 1 went quite well and I was coming back up the field until I stalled in the pits during a stop, which made me lose a few positions. With my 8th place, I at least had pole position for the second race. Everything was going well, I was building my advantage but when it reached three seconds things started going wrong. I had no brakes left and therefore was faced with no other choice than to retire. Nevertheless, what comes out of this weekend is that we have enormous potential. We all have to improve but the season seems to be starting well and I expect us to be competitive in Barcelona.

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