Wednesday, 2 December 2015

New Grand Prix Times article: History suggests Rosberg's late form won't help in '16

Photo: Octane Photography
In a rather sparse final stretch of the 2015 F1 season, with the championships long since decided, there has at least been one big thing for us to talk about. Nico Rosberg's new-found victorious form. Not only because it intrigues in itself but also that the consensus view is that it'll likely help him when it really starts to matter again when the 2016 season kicks off. He'll benefit from some momentum and all that. Makes sense?

You'd think so, but in my latest article for Grand Prix Times I have a delve into F1 history looking for some parallels of this sort of thing happening before and find, perhaps surprisingly, in that rather maddening way of F1 history there aren't many clear parallels out there of improved form late in one season heralding a championship in the next.

You can have a read of my trawl down memory lane via this link: http://www.grandprixtimes.com/news/display/10958

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