F1 » Rosberg thwarted by tyres and technical issue

Nico Rosberg fell foul of tyre management issues and also suffered a technical issue during the Spanish Grand Prix that ended up costing him two positions by the end.

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Amigo - Unregistered

May 14, 2012 8:37 AM

Kamui Kobayashi drove superbly for his low budget Sauber car to beat big budget team and Manufacture teams in Spain GP. Kamui was held back by Nico Rosberg and Button car for most of the race.
If Kamui has faster car like Mclaren or Mercedes car and then he can win the race.
I have noticed from the last year Kamui has make very rare mistake and he scores most of the points for his team.
I hope one day he will land on big team if he was released from Sauber.

Manxie - Unregistered

May 14, 2012 9:08 AM

I'm still struggling to understand how Merc keeps moving backwards during race day. They looked promising in China, well NR won and MS qualified well, but the other 4 races they don't ever look like moving forward, ever.

They have this unique DRS for the front wing and yet fail to really establish themselves on the grid.

2012 looks very much like a repeat of 2011 except the unusual and surprising win @ China.

What is going on? When will these issues be resolved Ross and Norbert?

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