F1 » Rosberg: I can’t wait to see where we stand


Nico Rosberg eager to see where Mercedes stand when the F1 season starts in Australia

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cassyo

March 09, 2012 6:56 PM

No place at all here for WE as most of the time before. For me is pretty clear that the statement gap between NR and MS is more realistic to be balanced towards the latter. Brawn's diplomatic speech might hardly be considered as supporting Nico's optimistic approach.Rather opposite.

kiwibob

March 09, 2012 9:46 PM

I think this car is a lot better than people know as there is no panic in the team and even MS says he doesn,t think they can beat red bull but no mention of any other team . im guessing they were doing a bit of sand bagging during tests just my opinion as they seem tooo relaxed this year

nick - Unregistered

March 10, 2012 9:20 AM

they are definatly hideing the true pace of that car.no attempt at a low fuel run on supper softs surgests to me they are feeling confidant with outright pace. watch them go at australia they will suprise quite a few.the big questions will be. can they challenge for victory. will it be rosberg becomeing more dominant over schumi or will schumi find his mojo and blow nico away.

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