F1 » Rosberg wins F1 2012 Chinese GP


Nico Rosberg converts pole into victory in China and claims his very first win at the pinnacle of the sport - and the first for the new Mercedes team.

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CommodoreS

April 15, 2012 4:07 PM

@ arcuid

Yeah we seen a great race to-day.

Pity other posters don't feel the same and show
the same appreciation without wishing to argue or debate on particular aspects of the driver they support.

We all should be supporting 24 drivers to-day.

I will have a look on F.B. for the aeroplane.

bjbanny - Unregistered

April 15, 2012 4:28 PM

yes the best race so far in 2012
F1 need more of this sort of equal battle and unpredictable race
no question the most entertaining for me since start of 2011 season
this is the sort of race you can use to justify F1 is more than car going in circle.
good comment from everyone today even the odds guys here! me surprise.
my best sunday so far this year.
looking forward to next week

RMedia

April 15, 2012 6:10 PM

Good race, hard luck for MSC cos to me it was quite obvious initially ha hasn't got Nico's pace and it seems like he was looking after his tyres while at the same time maintaining his gap over JB for just over one second (though it dipped below that at times)... I was looking forward to a battle between the two MERC drivers when they are close to tyre changing window as Nico's dropped his pace due to tyres and instead of JB closing, it could have also been MSC closing.
Nevermind, hopefully MSC's run of bad luck would chance soon!

Fletcher - Unregistered

April 15, 2012 6:16 PM

That was a great race. Lots of good ol fashion passing. Who needs DRS. Get rid of that stupid gimmick. F1drivers don't need it. Make them fight for their positions. Well deserved positions and all drivers drove withtheir passing
and marbles outside the racing line.

mrfill

April 15, 2012 6:23 PM

Well I thought that was one of the most exciting GPs for quite a while. Some great driving, especially by the top drivers who showed why they are the top drivers!
Just 2 niggles... first, the track. God its dismal. Bends should not try to look like Chinese symbols (which they dont anyway). Second, the BBC TV race commentary was dire. Edwards shrieking, Coulthard droning and the old bloke in the pits who ALWAYS talks over the team radio clips were constantly talking over each other. The TV coverage was pretty confusing as it didnt seem to know where to look and the new graphics managed to show all the irrelevant data for most of the race.

ITV4 seem to be able to cover motor sports events far better with a much smaller budget (although I will admit that Steve Rider and Louise Goodman are getting more and more like Fanny and Johnny Craddock)

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