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GP Week : Issue 197
For Nico Rosberg it was a dream day, a perfect day; for Lewis Hamilton it provided bitter early disappointment. “I always dreamed of having such a strong Silver Arrow and now it seems we are there,” Nico enthused at an upbeat post- race press conference. “In the race, everything went perfectly for me. My start was great and I was able to push from there until the end, with our fuel consumption well under control. “However, despite our success today, we also know that there is still some work to do. We saw over the weekend that reliability is still a concern and it prevented us from having a strong two - car finish. We have two weeks to improve that. I am very much looking forward to Malaysia and I would love to race again tomorrow!" For his part, Lewis was philosophical: " My start didn't feel great today and I had a lot less power than usual when pulling away, so it was obvious immediately that something was wrong. It looks like we only had five cylinders firing and, while I wanted to keep going, we had to play safe and save the engine. “It's unfortunate but that's racing and we will recover from this. We have a great car and engine, and the pace was really strong today as Nico clearly showed. Big congratulations to him and the team for achieving the win, it's a fantastic result for us. Of course I'm disappointed with my own race and when I think about all the work that has gone on back at our factories, it's tough to have a costly hiccup. “However we have achieved an incredible amount to get here, to be at the front and to be so competitive; we will bounce back and learn from this. There is a very long way to go this season." Two ends of the stick 32 GPWEEK.com // 32 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> AUSTRALIA PARTNERS: