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Jacques Villeneuve: "Nico will be the one in front"

  • Published on 26 Jul 2016 10:37
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  • By: Dominik Wilde

1997 Formula One world champion Jacques Villeneuve believes Nico Rosberg will recover after losing the championship lead for the first time in 2016.

Rosberg's Mercedes team mate Lewis Hamilton has been in fine form recently, taking five wins out of the last six races, and he now holds a six point lead after the Hungarian Grand Prix.

But team boss Toto Wolff predicted that the battle is far from over, saying: "We'll see it swing through the season.

"My feeling is that the championship will go to the end."

Villeneuve, who drove for the team in their previous guise as BAR, agrees, telling the German newspaper Bild: "The pendulum swings between one and the other."

"I see them as absolutely the same and I believe that, in the end, Nico will be the one in front."

Wolfgang

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i hope that he´s right at the end. can´t stand this egomaniac brit any longer..

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  • Jul 26 2016 - 12:47

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  • Wolfgang

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    i hope that he´s right at the end. can´t stand this egomaniac brit any longer..

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    • Jul 26 2016 - 12:47
  • Barron

    Posts: 625

    Well, you could have just said "egomaniac" and left out the Brit bit. Was that really necessary? Anyway, poor Nico has just had the "kiss of death" visited on him by everyone's favourite egomaniac! He doesn't stand a chance now, although I do wish him the best..

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    • Jul 26 2016 - 23:11

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