World champion in 2016 Nico Rosberg is confident that the new regulations will contribute to the permutations on the starting grid in F1.
“Of course, regulation is impressive, said Rosberg, speaking at the world economic forum in Davos. — So far, everything looks great. To drive more fast cars will appeal to all.
I’m sure the rules will slightly shuffle the starting grid, as the team began to develop a car from scratch is a revolution, not evolution. Will be interesting to see who will be faster than the others”.
Rosberg, remaining on the Mercedes Ambassador, believes that the acquisition of the commercial rights of F1 Liberty Media will benefit the sport.
“The numbers still say that F1 is an incredible sport, how it should be — continued Niko. — However, some things should change, as elsewhere. Change leaders need to help it. But those who were at the helm before, well cope with their responsibilities, for example, Bernie [Ecclestone].
Perhaps they [Liberty] will be able to slightly Americanize F1, because the ocean nice doing business of show business. I think we just need to”
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