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Nico Rosberg recieves worldwide support

  • Published on 02 Dec 2016 17:30
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  • By: Fergal Walsh

Drivers and teams from all around the world have paid their respects to the retiring Nico Rosberg.

After the shock announcement came earlier today, messages flooded in from all across the motorsport scene to wish Rosberg the best in his future.

Big respect ??

Good luck @nico_rosberg pic.twitter.com/PUxKSitrd8

— Kevin Magnussen (@KevinMagnussen) December 2, 2016

Respect @nico_rosberg ! ??

— Antonio Giovinazzi (@anto_giovinazzi) December 2, 2016

Congratulations on an amazing career @nico_rosberg ! We will be forever proud to have had you as our first Champion #F1 #GP2

— GP2 Series Official (@GP2_Official) December 2, 2016

Respect to @nico_rosberg for leaving in style. Good luck! ?? #champ

— Felix Rosenqvist (@FRosenqvist) December 2, 2016

Incredible news about @nico_rosberg retiring from F1. Very brave making that decision.

— Juan Pablo Montoya (@jpmontoya) December 2, 2016

Wow @nico_rosberg dont know what to say! Respect!

— Anton Felix da Costa (@afelixdacosta) December 2, 2016

Respect, @nico_rosberg! Hope you will enjoy your time at the barbecue. ???? ? pic.twitter.com/nvHkqZKB7z

— Nico Hülkenberg (@HulkHulkenberg) December 2, 2016

Thanks for the memories @nico_rosberg #F1 will miss you. Enjoy your retirement! #DankeN1CO pic.twitter.com/HrDpA4sX1I

— WILLIAMS RACING (@WilliamsRacing) December 2, 2016

I just broke the shock news of @nico_rosberg retirement from F1 on @5liveSport. I am blown away but I have nothing but praise for him.
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— M A X Chilton (@maxchilton) December 2, 2016

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