F1 » Rosberg’s rapture in race of recoveries


Nico Rosberg claims British Grand Prix glory in a race marked by tyre failures, no luck for the leaders and a rash of recovery drives that produced vital points for title hopefuls...

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MaddMe

June 30, 2013 7:40 PM

A very gripping finish, but, the tyres situation is really ruining the racing. The high kerb issue I am certain is merely a smoke screen, whilst I am sure it doesn't help, there have never been that many tyre failures at Silverstone or any other race circuit in previous years...

pcxmac

July 01, 2013 1:40 AM

watch out RBR, Mark better get good attention, Merc now #2 in manufacturers and catching you UP !!!! 49 points to go, and Merc have the best team pairing and the quickest car on the block.

Better start giving both RBR drivers good support or you will lose the manufacturers this year.

donnybravo

July 01, 2013 7:15 AM

A very entertaining British GP. Heartbreak when Ham's rear exploded but was really hoping Rosberg to win, but just when all hopes had faded, Vettel got caught with the leader jinx too... damn.. though not a fan of his, really felt bad for the bloke, he must have already been thinking what to say after the chequered flag.

In the end. no one got any thing, co'z it was marred by exploding tyres, felt bad for riccardo do..

EnRiCo47

July 01, 2013 7:50 AM

Jim Clausen @@

Just before i leave for my gardening
Tell Crash when you have have last seen 60/70 laps fought from beginnig to end by drivers on similar machinery from start to end without being decided by pitstops , tyre changes and therefore by strategy o mistakes and not SOLELY by the skills of the speed and driving abilities of the DRIVERS.. back too my nap :) :) :)

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