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Lucky Rosberg Ranger: Formula 1 was "Traumjob"

Friday, September 8th, 2017 | Sports

08. September 2017 – 16:55

Nico Rosberg is only playing in the jacket and no longer in the jumpsuit through the paddock

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(cafetheology.org) – The retired Formula 1 World Champion Nico Rosberg looks back without regret at his career as a racing driver. On the contrary, the 32-year-old speaks of a fulfillment and expresses his gratitude: "It has been my dream job, I was immensely lucky that I could make my hobby a profession," he says in an interview with the ' SWR television. "In his everyday life as a Mercedes factory pilot he had not missed the fun and excitement of jetting around the world to drive the fastest cars in the world:" The experiences I had had were phenomenal grateful, "says Rosberg, but he mentions the deprivation:" It was a very intense life – just as I had to make it to be the best. "Ten months after his decision to reverse the Formula 1, he stands behind his decision. "Without that, the thought came up," he remembers, his desire to mature in the course of the 2016 season and on the way to the World Cup title. "Then I went through the thing and followed my instinct, there is no right or wrong, but for me it's the right thing," explains Rosberg, who now has more time for his wife and daughter.

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