F1 » Rosberg: Schumacher has been open, friendly and relaxed


Nico Rosberg has revealed that he has thus far found Mercedes Grand Prix F1 2010 team-mate Michael Schumacher to be 'open, friendly and relaxed' - with not a hint of the kind of dirty tricks he had been warned about...

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Manxie - Unregistered

March 27, 2010 8:29 AM

Yes, I agree with all the above posts - NR is really positive about his relationship with MS and no one has anything of value to add.

Well, I'll try and do just that: MS seems to really be there for the fun and he also has realistic expectations about his chances. So good to see him showing a side to his character that many thought he'd not possess.

Lets hope it stays this 'open', relaxed and productive.

davem

March 27, 2010 9:44 AM

ok you asked for it.
He is in a car with little testing and track time, his team mate has valuable experience and data of the latsest cars and to get up to speed quickly he needs this information. Sharing info at this time will help develop the car quicker and schumi has to get his race pace back so no use pissing off a valuable asset now, but when he does start to get in groove he will be up to his old tricks. In fact this is his old tricks but he ain't going to admit it.
Did the same to Herbert got all the data and info he needed then when he thought he had the upper hand and herbie got too close stopped sharing.
A Lepeord never changes his spots.

davem

March 27, 2010 9:48 AM

cont. Of course it could work the other way and when Nico feels under threat he could pick up his toys and go play in the corner. You can bet with keke as an advisor he will well advised on these things.

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