Nice Rosberg's wife, Vivian Rosberg, suffers from hyperemesis. This is an acute morning sickness, which is accompanied by vomiting and just when vomiting now Vivian also vomits blood. Nico tolerates everything quite calmly, but at the same time she says anxiously: "I am very worried about her, fortunately everything is fine with the child. I hope she will get better soon." Viviane's friend said she also had to go to the hospital (in Monaco, where she lives). Hopefully, everything is fine with the baby and Nico will be able to do her job smoothly, at least until a new racing star is born.
Nico Rosberg is again in the lead in the overall standings of the World Championship after winning the race for the Monaco Grand Prix on Sunday. The Mercedes cart ended up in front of teammate Lewis Hamilton, who narrowly overtook Red Bull racer Daniel Ricciard, who approached the Briton dangerously when rubbish hit him in the eye under the visor. Despite the penalty after the race, Jules Bianchi secured the first points in Formula One for both Marussia and himself. After heated relations between the Mercedes racers, a possible complication between the Silver Arrows was expected at the start of the race, but Rosberg, who had bad starts in previous races, immediately escaped from the first place, so Hamilton did not even have a chance to attack. Behind them, Ricciardo fell to fifth place, they overtook him
Niki Lauda, the non-executive director of Mercedes, said Lewis Hamilton is invincible after recording his fourth consecutive victory in Spain. Although teammate Nico Rosberg narrowed the gap slightly towards the end of the race, Hamilton, who started the race from the best starting position, was not even attacked. With the fourth victory, the Briton took the lead in the overall standings of this year's championship. “Lewis is invincible, we can say that without hesitation,” Lauda is convinced. "He's getting better with every race, he hasn't made any mistakes so far and no one can beat him at the moment. Nico tried to beat him in every way. He tried hard but he couldn't overtake him. Lewis is excellent!" Hamilton and Rosberg are separated by only three points in the championship, and the next race will be next weekend in Mont
Nico Rosberg says he expects a difficult relationship with teammate Lewis Hamilton if the two Mercedes racers clash with each other for this year’s championship title. The German has 18 points more than Hamilton after two races, and relations have not yet strained, which could change quickly. “Nothing has changed so far,” Rosberg said. "Maybe it's because we're not thinking about the title yet, because we're focusing on individual races and trying to score as many points as possible on each one. The season is still young. Of course dogs can change all that if we stay in that position until the end of the season. it happened at the beginning of our careers when we raced karting together.Now it's exactly the same, except that more people, journalists and spectators are involved.Then we somehow managed to get through it all together and
Lewis Hamilton wants to win the Malaysian Grand Prix this weekend after the crash of the race in Australia. After resigning in the third lap, the Mercedes racer watched from afar as his teammate, Nico Rosberg, easily took the top step on the winners' podium on the streets of Melbourne. “It would be amazing if in one of our home races (the main sponsor of the Mercedes team is Malaysian Petronas, op.p.) I would also step on the top step myself, especially after such a bad weekend in Australia,” Hamilton said. "Even though we didn't really want what happened to us, every problem is also an opportunity to learn something new about our car, which is important because it's an extremely complex machine. I know everyone in our factory they work at full steam and also himself b
Nico Rosberg finished his third and final free practice with by far the fastest time of 1: 29.375. He was closest to Jenson Button, who was almost a second and a half behind. Fernando Alonso with Ferrari was third, and his teammate Kimi Raikkonen, who again had plenty of problems with the car, was only seventh. Daniel Ricciardo was the fastest Red Bull racer. He finished fifth while Sebastian Vettel was twelfth after failing to find suitable engine settings. Third Free Training, Results: Racer Team Time Laps 1. N. Rosberg Mercedes 01: 29.375 15 2. J. Button McLaren 01: 30.766 20 3. F. Alonso Ferrari 01: 30.876 11 4. L. Hamilton Mercedes 01: 30.919 13 5. D. Ricciar
Nico Rosberg warns that the statements of Red Bull boss Christian Horner, who said that the Mercedes race car could finish the race in Melbourne two laps ahead of the rivals, cannot be believed. Although the Mercedes team is the main favorite before the first race of this season, Rosberg said that just about anything is possible on the track in Albert Park. “Don’t believe them all,” Rosberg warned. "We have to be careful, because it's perfectly understandable that they want to hide their actual form at Red Bull. They didn't shine in the tests last year, and they were in their own class in the first race. We must never forget that. This Sunday, anything is possible. the outcome will be highly dependent on the endurance of the racers.Many racers will not finish the race and some will probably not even start from the starting position.
Force Indie racer Nico Hulkenberg was the fastest on the first day of winter testing in Bahrain. The current world champions, Red Bull Racing, are still in trouble, as their race car failed again after only 14 laps. Mercedes teams continued to show exceptional form, with team cars from German-made engines running reliably. With a lap time of 1: 36.880, Nico Hulkenberg was one second faster than the others, noting that he set the time with a softer version of the tires. They had a few more problems at Williams, where Felipe Massa drove only five laps with FW36. At Red Bull, testing began just a quarter before 14 p.m., local time. Sebastian Vettel set the fifth time of the day, but he only managed XNUMX laps with the car. Still