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Nico Rosberg comments on return to Formula 1

2016 Formula 1 World Champion Nico Rosberg has categorically ruled out ever making a switch to Formula 1 management, with the German having no interest in becoming a team principal of an F1 side. The 37-year-old, who retired from F1 immediately after claiming his sole World Championship, has been enjoying life as an owner of an Extreme E side since the sport's creation in 2021. His side, Rosberg X Racing, claimed the inaugural title but failed to retain it at the Season Two finale last weekend, where the German's side interestingly lost out to an old rival of his. Seven-time World Champion Lewis Hamilton also owns a side in the electric off-road series, named X44. READ: Nicholas...
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