Nico Rosberg resigns: World champion stops Formula 1 five days after title win



Best on the planet Nico Rosberg has declared he has resigned from Formula 1 with prompt impact.

The 31-year-old German won his first world title on Sunday, beating Mercedes colleague Lewis Hamilton by completing second in the last race in Abu Dhabi.

"I have climbed my mountain, I am on the pinnacle, so this feels right," Rosberg said.

Rosberg won nine of this current season's 21 grands prix, beating three-time champion Hamilton by five focuses.

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"For a long time in hustling, it has been my fantasy, my 'a certain something', to wind up Formula 1 best on the planet," he included.

"Through the diligent work, the agony, the penances, this has been my objective. What's more, now I've made it."

The child of Finnish 1982 best on the planet Keke, Rosberg made his F1 make a big appearance for Williams at the Bahrain Grand Prix in 2006, completing seventh.

Also, when inquired as to whether there was any shot of an arrival, Rosberg included: "No unquestionably not. End of story. Done."

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Hamilton, who had beaten Rosberg to the title in the past two seasons, said: "He has a family he needs to concentrate on, and F1 takes such a great amount from you.

"It is unquestionably going to be bizarre and it will be miserable to not have him in the group one year from now."

Mercedes group manager Toto Wolff said the news overwhelmed him "totally".

"This is an overcome choice by Nico and a demonstration of the quality of his character," he included.

"The clarity of his judgment implied I acknowledged his choice straight away when he let me know.

"We now need to consider alternatives and we will begin to take a gander at it on Monday."

Rosberg dashed in 206 grands prix, winning 23 and completing on the platform 57 times.

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Nico Rosberg's choice to report his retirement from Formula 1 only five days subsequent to securing his first world title is a noteworthy stun - yet maybe it ought not be.

The German place everything into this season, as he clarified in his announcement on Friday. The weight of those last few races was plain to see in Abu Dhabi on Sunday, in the way it peeled off him by degrees in the hours after the race.

While pondering how hard winning that title was, without a doubt his musings were likewise about what it would take to outsmart Lewis Hamilton once more. He obviously felt that at 31 years old, with a youthful girl, he was not set up to make those penances once more.
LEW NICS VITAL POLE Lewis Hamilton resuscitates his F1

LEW NICS VITAL POLE Lewis Hamilton resuscitates his F1

LEW NICS VITAL POLE Lewis Hamilton resuscitates his F1 title offer by grabbing post for the Mexican Grand Prix in front of outflanked big showdown pioneer Nico Rosberg

Brit's impeccable show leaves Mercedes equal scratching his set out toward third-last race of a nail-gnawing season

Hamilton raged to the 59th shaft of his F1 vocation with an impeccable show while Mercedes equal Rosberg will be left scratching his head.

The German, who has a 26 point lead in the title, could win his lady title on the off chance that he wins and Hamilton completes tenth or lower.

Be that as it may, he had no solution for Hamilton's pace, regardless of a last-jettison flying lap that earned him second place on the network.
Lewis Hamilton keeps title dream bursting at the seams with 51st Grand Prix win after second sequential triumph in Mexico

Lewis Hamilton keeps title dream bursting at the seams with 51st Grand Prix win after second sequential triumph in Mexico

Lewis Hamilton keeps title dream bursting at the seams with 51st Grand Prix win after second sequential triumph in Mexico

Nico Rosberg was constrained again into second place and Sebastian Vettel sneaked into third after a late Max Verstappen time punishment

LEWIS HAMILTON gave the kiss of life to restore his title protection after his triumph in the Mexico Grand Prix.

As Mexico City's 22million populace praised the Day of the Dead celebration, Hamilton demonstrated his season won't be killed off.

The Brit's win, the 51st of his profession — moving him joint second with Alain Prost in the record-breaking F1 champs' rundown — was impeccable.

Mercedes equal, Nico Rosberg, came into this race knowing a win for him would seal his lady title, giving Hamilton completed tenth or lower.

In any case, the German needed to settle for second place meaning he now has a 19 point lead in the title going into the last two races of the season.

Hamilton was all grins on the platform however had a lot of motivations to be mindful for his season has been truly hampered by mechanical issues and poor begins.

The individual missteps and moderate getaways have been disappointing while the breakdowns have turned out to be hard to take.

Most remarkably, the motor blow in Malaysia that cost him the win took after by the consequent drop out with the media.

Nico Rosberg win in Bahrain 2016

Nico Rosberg win  Bahrain grand prix  2016
 Nico Rosberg was able to record their fifth win in a row and his second this season after consistent performance did not resemble flawless throughout the 57 laps under the floodlights at the Bahrain International Circuit, ahead of Kimi Raikkonen of Ferrari.
Rosberg made all the rolls since the race to grab the lead at the start to win this first win of his career in the Bahrain Grand Prix to score so full mark during the 2016 season.
The nearest German competitor was Kimi Raikkonen, who finished second aboard the only Ferrari in the race after Vettel's withdrawal from the formation lap.
World champion Lewis Hamilton was able to make up for what they lost in the first lap due to an accident at the first corner to cross the finish line third.

Daniel Ricardo was the best the rest behind the Mercedes and Ferrari in fourth place but just more than a minute, while Romain Grosjean stressed that strong these enhanced performance statistics exhibited by car Haas in the last race were not a one-time only, as it was able to kidnap fifth place after a thrilling perform.

Sixth place went to Max Virstebn Toro Rosso driver after starting from tenth place.
All Results Bahrain Grand Prix 2016

Pos Driver Counrty Team Time Points
1 NICO ROSBERG GER MERCEDES 1:33:34.696 25
2 KIMI RÄIKKÖNEN FIN FERRARI +10.282s 18
3 LEWIS HAMILTON GBR MERCEDES +30.148s 15
4 DANIEL RICCIARDO AUS RED BULL RACING +62.494s 12
5 ROMAIN GROSJEAN FRA HAAS +78.299s 10
6 MAX VERSTAPPEN NED TORO ROSSO +80.929s 8
7 DANIIL KVYAT RUS RED BULL RACING +1 lap 6
8 FELIPE MASSA BRA WILLIAMS +1 lap 4
9 VALTTERI BOTTAS FIN WILLIAMS +1 lap 2
10 STOFFEL VANDOORNE BEL MCLAREN +1 lap 1
11 KEVIN MAGNUSSEN DEN RENAULT +1 lap 0
12 MARCUS ERICSSON SWE SAUBER +1 lap 0
13 PASCAL WEHRLEIN GER MANOR +1 lap 0
14 FELIPE NASR BRA SAUBER +1 lap 0
15 NICO HULKENBERG GER FORCE INDIA +1 lap 0
16 SERGIO PEREZ MEX FORCE INDIA +1 lap 0
17 RIO HARYANTO INA MANOR +1 lap 0
NC CARLOS SAINZ ESP TORO ROSSO DNF 0
NC ESTEBAN GUTIERREZ MEX HAAS DNF 0
NC JENSON BUTTON GBR MCLAREN DNF 0
NC SEBASTIAN VETTEL GER FERRARI DNS 0
NC JOLYON PALMER GBR RENAULT DNS 0

Detection of the new idea of ​​new system qualifying

Detection of the new idea of ​​new system  qualifying
Across Bernie Ecclestone and Jean Todt expressed support for the idea of ​​the new qualifying system, which will be evaluated in the coming days, such as holding additional talks on Thursday.

Ecclestone  and  Jean Todt President of the International Automobile Federation (FIA) did not want to return directly to the old qualifying system, but suggested instead make adjustments to keep the traffic on the track throughout the quota structure.

The idea is centered about the calculation of the total laps for each driver in each of the three quotas.

It is clear that this will reflect on the use of tires in the event of teams decided to use a different set each roll, although there is another option through a slow roll between Alfattan fast ferries on the same tire set.

Vettel will try to snatch the lead from dual-Mercedes in Bahrain

Vettel will try to snatch the lead from dual-Mercedes in Bahrain
German Sebastian Vettel will start the Bahrain Grand Prix from third on the starting grid after completing qualifying late second half of the dual-Mercedes.
Vettel believes that he was not able to provide much better performance than his during the latter part of the qualifying session.

The German said: "I was very happy with the first attempt, was the second match for the first lefty to some extent. There was a slight improvement, but the margin of 5 percentage parts would not be enough, given their progress to a second half full."

He added: "It was a wonderful feeling inside the car and was in constant improvement. Did not inform the site that we want to be present in it yet, but we are heading in the right direction."

Speaking about his ability to re-launch rocket made in Melbourne two weeks ago, the German pointed out that he would do everything in his power to try to kidnap the lead.

Vettel said: "We will try to push them towards the corner."

He added: "We hope to be the best on the breakthrough, even though we were close together in the past year."

He continued: "It will be a long race and we'll see what will happen."

Hamilton starts from first place and Rosberg of second place in Bahrain

Hamilton starts from first place. Rosberg of second place in Bahrain
Lewis Hamilton was able to achieve the starting first pole for the second race in a row this season, breaking the record time for a Formula One car at the Bahrain International Circuit after bilateral battle with team-mate Nico Rosberg, who will start second.
As Hamilton revealed the full strength to hit a record timing of 1: 29.493 minutes while teammate Rosberg was able to improve his time, but it is the other across the finish line 0.077 seconds ahead of second time for Hamilton.
Dual-Ferrari Vettel and Raikkonen The race begins from the second row, respectively, but they were half a second slower than Mercedes.
Fifth place went to Daniel Ricardo while dual booked Williams Valtira potash and Felipe Massa third grade and Santleghan centers of the sixth and seventh Tuwalia while German Nico Hlknberg race will start from eighth on the starting grid box.
While Roman Grjrn entered in ninth place

FULL RESULTS Qualifying  BAHRAIN GRAND PRIX 
POS. DRIVER TEAM Q1 Q2 Q3 LAPS
1 LEWIS HAMILTON MERCEDES 1:31.391 1:30.039 1:29.493 14
2 NICO ROSBERG MERCEDES 1:31.325 1:30.535 1:29.570 13
3 SEBASTIAN VETTEL FERRARI 1:31.636 1:30.409 1:30.012 14
4 KIMI RÄIKKÖNEN FERRARI 1:31.685 1:30.559 1:30.244 14
5 DANIEL RICCIARDO RED BULL RACING 1:31.403 1:31.122 1:30.854 12
6 VALTTERI BOTTAS WILLIAMS 1:31.672 1:30.931 1:31.153 12
7 FELIPE MASSA WILLIAMS 1:32.045 1:31.374 1:31.155 10
8 NICO HULKENBERG FORCE INDIA 1:31.987 1:31.604 1:31.620 15
9 ROMAIN GROSJEAN HAAS 1:32.005 1:31.756 9
10 MAX VERSTAPPEN TORO ROSSO 1:31.888 1:31.772 9
11 CARLOS SAINZ TORO ROSSO 1:31.716 1:31.816 9
12 STOFFEL VANDOORNE MCLAREN 1:32.472 1:31.934 9
13 ESTEBAN GUTIERREZ HAAS 1:32.118 1:31.945 9
14 JENSON BUTTON MCLAREN 1:31.976 1:31.998 9
15 DANIIL KVYAT RED BULL RACING 1:32.559 1:32.241 9
16 PASCAL WEHRLEIN MANOR 1:32.806 6
17 MARCUS ERICSSON SAUBER 1:32.840 6
18 SERGIO PEREZ FORCE INDIA 1:32.911 7
19 KEVIN MAGNUSSEN RENAULT 1:33.181 3
20 JOLYON PALMER RENAULT 1:33.438 6
21 RIO HARYANTO MANOR 1:34.190 3
22 FELIPE NASR SAUBER 1:34.388 4
Qualifying Bahrain Grand Prix 2016

Qualifying Bahrain Grand Prix 2016

POS. DRIVER TEAM Q1 Q2 Q3 LAPS
1 LEWIS HAMILTON MERCEDES 1:31.391 1:30.039 1:29.493 14
2 NICO ROSBERG MERCEDES 1:31.325 1:30.535 1:29.570 13
3 SEBASTIAN VETTEL FERRARI 1:31.636 1:30.409 1:30.012 14
4 KIMI RÄIKKÖNEN FERRARI 1:31.685 1:30.559 1:30.244 14
5 DANIEL RICCIARDO RED BULL RACING 1:31.403 1:31.122 1:30.854 12
6 VALTTERI BOTTAS WILLIAMS 1:31.672 1:30.931 1:31.153 12
7 FELIPE MASSA WILLIAMS 1:32.045 1:31.374 1:31.155 10
8 NICO HULKENBERG FORCE INDIA 1:31.987 1:31.604 1:31.620 15
9 ROMAIN GROSJEAN HAAS 1:32.005 1:31.756 9
10 MAX VERSTAPPEN TORO ROSSO 1:31.888 1:31.772 9
11 CARLOS SAINZ TORO ROSSO 1:31.716 1:31.816 9
12 STOFFEL VANDOORNE MCLAREN 1:32.472 1:31.934 9
13 ESTEBAN GUTIERREZ HAAS 1:32.118 1:31.945 9
14 JENSON BUTTON MCLAREN 1:31.976 1:31.998 9
15 DANIIL KVYAT RED BULL RACING 1:32.559 1:32.241 9
16 PASCAL WEHRLEIN MANOR 1:32.806 6
17 MARCUS ERICSSON SAUBER 1:32.840 6
18 SERGIO PEREZ FORCE INDIA 1:32.911 7
19 KEVIN MAGNUSSEN RENAULT 1:33.181 3
20 JOLYON PALMER RENAULT 1:33.438 6
21 RIO HARYANTO MANOR 1:34.190 3
22 FELIPE NASR SAUBER 1:34.388 4

FIA McLaren deny a request to allow Alonso to take part in the Bahrain Grand Prix

Although the FIA  Alonso excluded from participation at the Sakhir circuit in the absence recovering from injuries he suffered due to his accident during the Australian Grand Prize, but Dennis insisted that again is trying to give the driver the opportunity to participate.
FIA  rejected the request made by McLaren boss Ron Dennis to allow Fernando Alonso to participate in the Bahrain Grand Prize despite suffering from a broken rib.

Ferrari overtake Mercedes in the third free practice of the Bahrain Grand Prix 2016

Ferrari overtake Mercedes in the third free practice of the Bahrain Grand Prix 2016
Ferrari succeeded issued the third free practice  of Bahrain Grand Prix 2016 during the German driver Sebastian Vettel, who came on teammate Kimi Raikkonen. With only Mercedes team scoring for the third and fourth row with Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton respectively.

The drivers took to the track on soft tires (soft), before witnessing experiments using vanguard drivers of tires super softness (super soft) in the last ten minutes.

Valtira potash achieved fifth place in front of Romain Grosjean, while Daniel Kviac came in seventh place, ahead of Esteban Gutierrez.

Felipe Massa and Daniel Ricardo has completed a top ten ranking.

Faced McLaren driver Stoffel Fandorn problem in leakage of fuel in his car as it failed to get out to the ring in the first few minutes, before he could repair his team to win the 14th place behind team-mate Jenson Button.

We point out that the Renault driver Jolyon Palmer suffered a problem in the framework of the rear end of his car with a time share.
all results free practice 3 grand prix bahrain 2016
POS. DRIVER TEAM TIME GAP LAPS
1 SEBASTIAN VETTEL FERRARI 1:31.683 22
2 KIMI RÄIKKÖNEN FERRARI 1:31.723 +0.040s 13
3 NICO ROSBERG MERCEDES 1:32.104 +0.421s 18
4 LEWIS HAMILTON MERCEDES 1:32.160 +0.477s 14
5 VALTTERI BOTTAS WILLIAMS 1:32.675 +0.992s 18
6 ROMAIN GROSJEAN HAAS 1:33.082 +1.399s 14
7 DANIIL KVYAT RED BULL RACING 1:33.113 +1.430s 10
8 ESTEBAN GUTIERREZ HAAS 1:33.337 +1.654s 14
9 FELIPE MASSA WILLIAMS 1:33.363 +1.680s 18
10 DANIEL RICCIARDO RED BULL RACING 1:33.519 +1.836s 20
11 MARCUS ERICSSON SAUBER 1:33.569 +1.886s 16
12 KEVIN MAGNUSSEN RENAULT 1:33.617 +1.934s 9
13 JENSON BUTTON MCLAREN 1:33.704 +2.021s 12
14 STOFFEL VANDOORNE MCLAREN 1:33.744 +2.061s 11
15 MAX VERSTAPPEN TORO ROSSO 1:33.778 +2.095s 20
16 CARLOS SAINZ TORO ROSSO 1:34.003 +2.320s 20
17 FELIPE NASR SAUBER 1:34.013 +2.330s 15
18 NICO HULKENBERG FORCE INDIA 1:34.128 +2.445s 16
19 SERGIO PEREZ FORCE INDIA 1:34.281 +2.598s 15
20 JOLYON PALMER RENAULT 1:34.424 +2.741s 9
21 RIO HARYANTO MANOR 1:35.546 +3.863s 15
22 PASCAL WEHRLEIN MANOR 1:35.724 +4.041s 16

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