F1 » Rosberg salvages points on 'inauspicious' weekend

A gearbox failure for Michael Schumacher and a misguided tyre change for Nico Rosberg led to another case of what might have been for Mercedes in Hungary.

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Miked - Unregistered

August 02, 2011 2:13 PM

How many people think rosberg will be looking for the door at the end of the season ? How many think ross brains promised schumacher a championship type car ?
How think shumacher is thinking he is having a nightmare ? Why is this car such A pig?


August 02, 2011 2:23 PM

He's just signed up for a multiple year contract so I doubt he'll be looking for the door. However I don't Nico or Michael or anyone else is going to set the world alight in that car. It's just not up to the Macca,Ferrai,RBR, speed or handling.

pitstop - Unregistered

August 02, 2011 3:18 PM

They are lucky to get any points at all with this useless pig of a car,i think it is worse than last years.Maybe Mercedes should spend the whole 4 weeks building a brand new car altogether so it is ready in time for Spa.


August 02, 2011 4:31 PM

newbie. i am not getting at you, but.... do you not understand the rules. first of all the teams cannot work during two weeks of the break. secondly, the tubs and other parts are homologated and a new dsign is not allowed. merc are stuck with what they have. their designer is just not up to the job.

pitstop - Unregistered

August 02, 2011 5:24 PM

Richard,it was a joke,i know full well that no one works for 2 weeks,they may aswell start working on next years car from now on because this pig of a car is not going to win them anything.

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