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Rosberg: ‘The whole weekend went perfectly’

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Nico Rosberg top from the pole to checkered flag to take top podium in the Monaco Grand Prix 30 years following his father Keke emerged successful around the streets of the dominance.

The Winner Nico explained that “The whole weekend went perfectly” following the whole dominant weekend into top podium for Monaco Grand Prix, same Photostat like his father victory.

Many times Safety Car deployed the race, but the German successfully made good start and he finished on top podium without any error ahead of Red Bull duo and his team-mate Lewis Hamilton.

“It’s amazing, it’s very special to win at home, “the whole weekend went perfectly. I had a terrible start and it was very close to Sebastian and [team-mate] Lewis [Hamilton], but that worked out well. After that I just controlled the pace, the car was really good and the tyres held on.” Rosberg said during the post-race press conference

“I’m just extremely happy to win this race, with such a difficult time behind us. We have been dropping back so much, so that was a little bit in the back of my mind. I hoped to pull it off as it’s not nice to fall back. The team gave me a great car, so it was enough to make it happen. We’ve improved from Barcelona. I’m ecstatic.” He added.

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