Nico Rosberg secures his 25th F1 career pole in Baku for European Grand Prix, but he is not ruling out his teammate and nearest title rival Lewis Hamilton, who qualified in P10 after Q3 crashing out.
The Championship leader also added that he is looking forward to the race tomorrow, and also added that he expecting another very exciting race in Baku.
“It was great. It was one of the more challenging sessions out there, but it worked out well,” said Rosberg, who entered outright 10th on the career pole list, breaking a tie with Nelson Piquet and his team non-executive chairman Niki Lauda.
“All weekend I was building towards it and qualifying was really optimum, it felt good.
“Lewis has shown very often from 10th place he can come back strong. In Russia he finished an easy second.
“The race I am sure is going to be very exciting. It is one of the easiest tracks to overtake, so there is going to be a lot of changing places I think, a lot of safety cars as well, exciting restarts. It should be a good show!”