Connect with us


Rosberg to takes five-place grid penalty for German GP



The home boy Nico Rosberg not too disappointed about to takes five-place grid penalty in Sunday race. Mercedes GP decided to take five place grid penalty for Nico Rosberg due to change his car gearbox.

The Chinese GP winner Nico Rosberg little bit struggled with W03 car’s balance. He took seventh fastest in morning practice and second quickest in second free practice.

“I learned a lot because it was dry at some points this morning so we could do some dry running and I found an initial balance there, then very wet this afternoon, then quite dry with the intermediates so there was really everything,” said Rosberg.

“So I have a good understanding and I am very already for tomorrow and Sunday. Tomorrow looks like it is going to be wet and Sunday is looking like is going to be dry.

“I am going in a good direction and I am quite happy with the car initially. I like driving this track wet or dry it’s always good.”

“The only thing that makes it a lot more difficult is that I had a gearbox issue at Silverstone so we have had to change that and put a new gearbox in, and that means then that I get five places on the grid for Sunday – that doesn’t make it any easier, especially since it is my home grand prix so that is not a nice thing.”

All material and photos are copyrighted material and owned by their respective owners. Use or depiction of images or trademarks throughout this website is for illustrative and editorial purposes only.Images come courtesy of;,, Sahara,,, Caterham F1, toyota, Sauber, williamsf1, lotus, Marussia, HRT, getty Images,LAT, Reuters Pictures and AP Photos.
Click to comment

2018 F1 Launch

F1 Testing Updates

Most Popular is not affiliated with Formula 1, Formula One Management, Formula One Administration, Formula One Licensing BV, Formula One World Championship Ltd or any other organization or entity associated with the official Formula One governing organizations or their shareholders. Copyrighted material used under Fair Use/Fair Comment. All Rights Reserved © 2017 Prime Sport Media