Rosberg claims he is better than Hamilton in the dry

Nico Rosberg is sounding far from defeated ahead of the Spanish grand prix.

The German, although still leading the drivers’ world championship by a few points, has seen his teammate Lewis Hamilton win the last three races on the trot.

But far from expecting to fall in line behind the Briton when the battle resumes in Barcelona, Rosberg on Monday told German television RTL his plan for Spain is “full attack”.

“To know I have the fastest car to drive is so inspiring,” said the 28-year-old.

Rosberg said the goal for Barcelona is not to hold Hamilton off but to “extend the championship lead”, which will almost certainly require him to beat his on-form teammate on the track.

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  1. Post By GoldStandard

    A good few years ago…. in the UK, there was a group of ‘do-gooders’ that campaigned against competitive sport in schools, because it demoralised the losers. Apparently losing a sporting challenge was damaging, with knock-on effects throughout life.
    Personally, I think that competitive sport is probably as much good fun, as it is good preparation for life…..
    …. however; at this level….. the competition could get painful.

    Loving it 🙂

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