F1 » Rosberg claims Chinese GP pole


Nico Rosberg finally broke his F1 pole position duck with a scintillating lap in qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix.

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Niall - Unregistered

April 14, 2012 8:18 AM

A brilliant, brilliant lap!
Watching the onboard it really did seem like it was as close to "perfect" as possible.
Really great to see the Rosberg/Schumacher front-row lock-out, let's hope they can keep this pace for tomorrow.

Also, huge credit to Kobayashi, especially onsidering the media attention that has been given to Perex these last few weeks, great response.

Should be a cracking race!

Harv - Unregistered

April 14, 2012 8:32 AM

Well done to Rosberg! And I wonder if Kobayashi can keep driving like this, throws a spanner in the works of Perez just automatically moving to Ferrari! But early days yet.

MikeG

April 14, 2012 8:36 AM

This is an awesome result for Merc GP. This track is going to slaughter the tyres though and with such a big differential between the two compounds this should be very interesting. I am hoping for some rain to throw a cat among the pigeons. That would be really interesting and maybe Schumi can do it :-)

Jenny - Unregistered

April 14, 2012 8:41 AM

Please can someone tell me something! Lewis had a 5 place penalty and he is only 2 places behind "DRS Button"

I thought this was Jenson opportunity to start on pole

McLarenP

April 14, 2012 8:51 AM

Wow, what a turn around!! Whatever is going on in F1 it is working! There is so much change to the grid it's great!! Wish this could happen in MotoGP - maybe when the boredom has finally taken it's toll - fingers crossed!!

Kev wright - Unregistered

April 14, 2012 8:52 AM

Well done Nico,Hammy,schumi,kobby
Stuttgart rules baby!
Vorsprung durch Technik

The cars and engines are built in the uk mate English engineering still the best in the world.

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