Rookie Rosberg in dream debut

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F1's 'big three' drivers might have hogged the podium, but a 20-year-old debutant arguably had the best day in Bahrain on Sunday. Full Story
Gary Sampson

Nairobi, Kenya

#1 Mar 16, 2006
Rosberg's aggression and pace on Sunday and his dominance in lower formula's reminds me of Ayrton Senna's rise to fame. It would be nice to witness such raw talent again.
Kelli

Colchester, UK

#2 Mar 24, 2006
I agree. He is showing the talent that Kimi Raikkonen and Fernando Alonso showed, when they were in teams that were not quite good enough. as long as he has a good team around him, he will show the potential to be a world champion - his brilliant overtaking manouvres in Bahrain on his debut showed that.
Steven Teoh

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

#3 Apr 8, 2006
I don't think nico is as quick as kimi or fernando. He still has a lot to improve on if he want to be up there with them. He sure got the potential but not quite steady yet. Anyway, it's just his third GP. Great expectations indeed for a world champion's son.
Kelli

Stowmarket, UK

#4 Apr 11, 2006
I diagree wen u say he's not as quick as Kimi or Fernando. he is, easily - he just doesn't have the car to prove it. for the record i dont think Alonso is a great driver - he has just had luck and an exceptionally good car on his side.
Stef edinburgh

UK

#5 May 13, 2006
I think Nico Rosberg gonna be the future formula one champion in the next few years. he's got talent and he speaks my language very well
portuguese

Coatbridge, UK

#6 Jun 9, 2006
I agree with you stef....you are completly right!
He is lovely and a full-talented lad!
KEEP ON WORKING *******
gigi

Miskolc, Hungary

#7 Aug 6, 2006
Well Nico is nowhere compared to Liuzzi or Kubica or Kovalainen or Hamilton. These people were soooo much better in karting than Rosberg. They just lacked the F1 champ father. Forget Nico, he will not make it.
Ale

Spain

#8 Aug 6, 2006
He's definitely struggling to keep up. Have you people realised that he has a hard time to make the cut during Qualifying, sometimes even in the 1st cut (Q3 - I believe it's called). Just look at Hungaroring or Hockenheim (where he qualified 18th and 15th, respectively). I hope that he has a good end to the season; he's already got his fair share of no points and DNFs!
Suzanne from england

UK

#9 Oct 19, 2006
Nico was good at the start of the year wat happen hopfully he'll improve nxt year
make

Finland

#10 Oct 22, 2006
This season was awful. He hasn't many practice years left.
kelli

Colchester, UK

#11 Nov 10, 2006
it was his first year! cut him some slack!

he knows how to drive the circuits in a formula one car now....now its mainly down to williams to give him a good car (which wont happen)
Suzanne from england

UK

#12 Nov 30, 2006
kelli wrote:
it was his first year! cut him some slack!
he knows how to drive the circuits in a formula one car now....now its mainly down to williams to give him a good car (which wont happen)
if nico wants to get anywhere in f1 he has to move to a better team like honda,maclain or renult ect

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