Mercedes GP’s Nico Rosberg expecting that Mercedes will perform well in Malaysian GP with brand new F-duct, and its takes advantages in two long straights.
Last weekend at Australian GP Mercedes qualifying well but they did not well performed in race day because last lap incident with Sergio Perez dropped him from a potential sixth place finish.
“The circuit has two long straights which should suit us this year, and the conditions will be very demanding as always due to the high heat and humidity,” he said. “I’m confident that we can improve our performance here, and we will have a successful weekend in front of all our Malaysian supporters.”
Mercedes team Principal Ross Brawn said about the home race of title partner Patrons at Malaysian GP. He is also claim that Mercedes have a fundamentally good car, now it is up to us to optimise its performance and achieve its potential on track. Brawn said”
“The Malaysian Grand Prix is always a special race for the team as the home race of our title partner Petronas. As always, the support that Petronas provides to Formula 1, both to our team and to the promotion of the sport and the Grand Prix in Malaysia, has been fantastic, and we are all looking forward to a busy and successful week.
“Despite a positive start, our first race weekend of the season in Australia did not turn out as we would have wished, and there has been, and will continue to be, a lot of hard work done before we take to the track again in Malaysia. We have a fundamentally good car, now it is up to us to optimise its performance and achieve its potential on track”
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