The best starting position for Nic Rosberg and Mercedes doesn’t mean much in scoring the World Cup, as they still have a race ahead of them. The German is of course very careful with the predictions, as the racing form is something other than qualifying: “Everything is really working very well this weekend, especially we are optimized for qualifying. I have to admit that we are a bit surprised by the first place, but this is just the result of the hard work of the whole team.
So the team is even more motivated, but the race remains ahead of us. It's hard to predict how fast we'll be compared to the rest of tomorrow, but we'll definitely do our best to finish as close to the top as possible. ” Of course, now all eyes are on tomorrow's race, when we will find out who is really the fastest and who is only on one fast lap.
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