F1 » Rosberg wins British Grand Prix

Nico Rosberg wins the British Grand Prix as tyres again steal the headlines at Silverstone.

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June 30, 2013 2:43 PM
Last Edited 796 days ago

Two wins for Mercedes, both from Rosberg... The guy was quite underrated, he has been beating Schumacher and now he's overperforming a disappointing Hamilton..

Sorry, jumped to conclusion too early, I had only tuned in during the last 10 laps..


June 30, 2013 2:50 PM

nice job from the the top three, taking advantage of hamiltons blow out, vettels break down and lotus strange decision not to pit raikkonen when everyone else he was racing decided to pit under the final safety car.


June 30, 2013 2:51 PM

So the Pirelli test was NOT about improving Mercedes performance it WAS about safety.

And since then Mercedes performance has improved hugely and the tyres have become more dangerous than I can ever remember.


Good race though, Well done to Alonso and Webber fine drives.


June 30, 2013 2:53 PM
Last Edited 796 days ago

Great result Nico also for Webber and Nando, poor Kimi and to think he asked to change his tires, it cost them a podium and could be significant to his WDC chances. great drive by Lewis also.


June 30, 2013 3:03 PM

Lux where was lewis dissapointing you must be watching something else as he was moving away from vettle when tyre went and if vettle reckons no one on this planet could qualify like he did yesterday then im thinking he knows more than you . But great drive from nico and great to see Mark showing he can still pedal an F1 car as good as anyone you can see why Red Bull have kept him on all these years . Bad luck vettle as he did seem to have the race under control after lewis lost his tyre .

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