Wednesday, 3 August 2016

German Grand Prix review for Motor Verso - Destroyed in seconds

All Nico Rosberg had to do was go, and go well. If when the red light went out to start the German Grand Prix Rosberg's launch had been good, or even decent, his weekend likely would have been a perfect one. Topping all practice sessions and looking on imperious as he did so, then bagging pole position in considerable adversity. Then, presumably, winning.

Photo: Octane Photography
But no, his launch wasn't good or even decent. It was a stinker. He in a blink was in fourth place, with his team mate and chief rival Lewis Hamilton now leading. Both of their days were framed. Both finished in the place they'd ended up in at turn one. And in a weekend where it looked for the most part that Nico would re-claim his long-held championship lead before the summer break, now we all go on our hols with Lewis's lead looking positively comfortable.

All pivoting on the start.

You can read my take on it all in my latest Motor Verso race review, which is here: http://www.motorverso.com/german-gp-2016-review-destroyed-seconds/

Do check out the Motor Verso site too; you'll find motoring news, car reviews and features - the team on the site carry out week-long test drives of the latest cars - as well as photos and videos of the machines.

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