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‘It Was Just A Bizarre Moment’: Mercedes Chief Strategist Puzzled As To Why Rosberg Retired

Over five years after Nico Rosberg retired from Formula One, Mercedes strategy director James Vowles remains puzzled as to why the German decided to quit the sport just after winning the 2016 World Championship. That season saw an intense title fight between Rosberg and his Mercedes team-mate, Sir Lewis Hamilton, which went down to the wire in Abu Dhabi.  Follow us on Google News to never miss an F1 story! Shortly after winning the 2016 F1 World Drivers’ Championship, Rosberg retired from the pinnacle of motorsport and said he made the decision as he had achieved his ultimate goal in the sport. Speaking on the Beyond The Grid podcast, Vowles said Rosberg’s retirement caught him by...
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