2016's Formula One world champion Nico Rosberg and former F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone are both wealthy, retired men. As such, you can imagine the great things they say. Bernie says that he loves dictators, that Donald Trump is doing a killer job because he’s kept “those people” out, and then Nico Rosberg favorably…
Nico Rosberg is (was? whatever) a good Formula One driver. Nico Rosberg is not, however, good at explaining how he became one. He is very confused.
Just two years after Lewis Hamilton was barred from viewing the Wimbledon final from the prestigious Royal Box for his attire, former teammate Nico Rosberg almost met the same fate because he left his nasty sweaty pegs sockless.
Mail services are great at a lot of things—namely, never delivering your money-filled birthday cards, bending important documents that say “do not bend” and giving a neighbor’s mail to you. But in perhaps the epitome of postal misfires, Nico Rosberg’s Formula One championship trophy got lost in mail for five days.
Jacques Villeneuve, a man who won a Formula One world championship and then floundered around motorsports not winning world titles, has some thoughts about fellow one-time world champion Nico Rosberg. And boy, are they dumb.
In about as awkward of a fashion as going on a second date and spitting out the name of a recent ex, the Mercedes Formula One team accidentally called its new driver “Nico” over the radio in the Chinese Grand Prix on Sunday. Come on, Mercedes. Write his name on your palms if you have to.
I do not understand the virality of a man who dumps salt down his arm onto other people’s food. I just wanted to make this joke.
The international nightmare is over; the crisis has been solved. The Mercedes F1 team, whose newly crowned champion retired days after winning the Formula One title, will add Williams’ Valtteri Bottas to its lineup. Taking Bottas’ seat will be Felipe Massa, who retired from Williams less than two months ago.
You may or may not have heard, but Nico Rosberg was the 2016 Formula One World Champion. Not Lewis Hamilton. Nico Rosberg. So why is Hamilton on the cover of TIME magazine?
In response to the sudden retirement of Nico Rosberg right after he won his first Formula One drivers’ championship, F1 CEO Bernie Ecclestone apparently didn’t have the highest praise for him—Ecclestone reportedly called Rosberg “a world champion and nothing else.” But, Bernie, what if he is something else?
Lewis Hamilton’s last-ditch attempt to win the 2016 Formula One drivers’ title by driving like an overly cautious teenager entering a highway ramp in the Abu Dhabi season finale didn’t go over well, and three-time F1 champion Jackie Stewart called him a “little ballerina” who should be punished.
While I’m happy for Nico Rosberg as he gets to retire on a high note after finally winning a Formula One world drivers’ championship, I have to wonder what this means for excitement in the sport next year. Rosberg’s retirement ends the heated rivalry that’s defined the past few years of F1 and thus, signifies the end…
Nico Rosberg left Formula One with a mic drop earlier today, having clinched the championship from teammate Lewis Hamilton just a week ago. Rosberg’s retirement was a total surprise that left this as the only time Rosberg will ever celebrate an F1 world championship with some rad donuts.
Who wants a ride at the Formula One team that’s absolutely steamrolled their competition for the past few years? Shortly after Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg announced his surprise retirement from the sport, Red Bull’s Max Verstappen showed up to the party as thirsty as a man who’d just hiked across Abu Dhabi.
Mercedes Formula One driver Nico Rosberg announced his shocking retirement today with immediate effect, reports Autosport. Rosberg just clinched the World Driver’s Championship in the F1 season finale at Abu Dhabi.
Mercedes F1 racer Nico Rosberg is your 2016 Formula One Driver’s Champion. How did he get there? Inherent skills, supportive parents with deep pockets, and probably growing up with this garage full of kid-sized racing karts. This glimpse of Rosberg’s childhood will give you a clue as to why he’s so damn good at…
While everyone’s debating whether Lewis Hamilton was right to ignore his Mercedes team’s order to speed up at the end of yesterday’s season finale, I’ve come to the conclusion that F1's inherent team vs. driver conflict is something that will never truly make sense.
It’s about time! Mercedes driver Rosberg has come close to a world drivers’ championship before, but has never clinched it until today. His three-time world champion teammate Lewis Hamilton made it as hard as possible, but Rosberg clinched the title in the end.
Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg has one job today: play it safe, and win the championship. Don’t take unnecessary risks. Don’t get into any crashes. He has the right car. Make the podium and you get the championship. Only, well, this spectacular pass around Red Bull’s Max Verstappen happened.