F1 » Rosberg: We just haven’t been quick enough…


Nico Rosberg: We've had a difficult weekend here in Budapest, and just haven't been quick enough. Being happy with one point is not an ideal situation…

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Bradenws

July 30, 2012 10:07 AM

Mercedes are becoming the new Toyota of F1. Tons of money, lots of development and optimism, and very few good results. Considering the resources, it's somewhat baffling. Interesting that neither of these companies really has a history or culture of making sports cars...

Neutral Racer - Unregistered

July 30, 2012 12:06 PM

Did China really happen? The more time passes, the more it looks like just a random event that occurred in a freak season. Sadly for Nico, despite that win, his stock appears to be dropping by the race.

nick - Unregistered

July 30, 2012 12:23 PM

they, mercedes f1 are an absolute joke...if they gave hrt there budget for a season hrt would do better, well they couldnt do any worse......the design and development on that car is disgracefull to the whole mercedes brand...another season like that and the plug will be pulled on that team...get rid of all the trash thats been there since honda days and start again,its the only way forward....

MikeG

July 30, 2012 12:36 PM

It's hard to support this team. Michael needs to leave at the end of the season or design the car himself. You can't possibly do worse than the current design team. Ross Brawn and Norbert Haug should both be fired and for that matter Mercedes should pull out of F1 completely. If I seem a bit annoyed ... I am.

koolkat - Unregistered

July 30, 2012 1:02 PM

Another German prestige brand failing to make the grade, remember BMW? The money is obviously there, the drivers are better than their positions would suggest so it can only be the design team. I wanted to see Mercedes succeed as do I Williams. It seems the latter may be the better bet.

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