I can understand that he's back in the capacity that he is. I keep cribbing about F1 being predictable but I keep tuning in hopelessly. We're all petrol heads. What I don't understand is his high headedness and lack of empathy for his ex peers. I think in their time together, Lewis had more "on" weekends than Nico and as rough a time as Seb has had with his spins, Lewis and practically all level headed fans will tell you that Seb is far better than Nico in that respect.Unc1eM0nty wrote: ↑Sun Apr 14, 2019 11:07 amI just find it strange that Rosberg is back at all, fair enough he achieved what he wanted, he'd had enough of the pressure so walked away.Schuttelberg wrote: ↑Sun Apr 14, 2019 10:47 amPersonally, I don't find it funny. He won his title, retired and I have no problem unlike some for him to be around and give us his views. BUT, he seems to babble on a lot about his contemporaries and their competence. He seems to forget that he won a championship for which he went through a lot of hardships and easily disrespects people who have perhaps been through the same or more. In Bahrain, he was at Seb's throat and this week he chose Lewis. I find it incredibly distasteful and I am not a resentful or hateful person but he definitely tries to get that started in me.
But now he's back, but as a pundit - why? if he misses it that much then come back and compete
Most pundits either weren't good enough (Palmer Di Resta) or are way too old, Rosberg is neither
I thought Nico was incredibly brave with his retirement, but post that he's been a proper prick. And on a human level, I really respect Nico.