Nico Rosberg has admitted that he must do a better job next time if he is to continue his challenge for the 2016 world championship.
The German endured a difficult Canadian Grand Prix, losing out to Sebastian Vettel and team mate Lewis Hamilton at the start, before sustaining a puncture late in the race that ended any hopes of a podium finish.
"I was very p***** off in the moment," Rosberg said of his start line incident with Hamilton. "Lewis had a really bad start, mine was decent, and Vettel had a super start. It was a hard manoeuvre from Lewis but that is racing and I need to do a better job next time.
"I lost a lot of places, that cost me the race, and after that I fought back and was on course for the podium until I got a puncture."
Despite the tough race, the championship leader remained positive, saying:
"Fifth place is a big disappointment as our car was awesome today and obviously it was good enough to fight for the win."
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