Rosberg relives maiden win
- From the section Formula 1
Nico Rosberg chats to BBC Sport's Lee McKenzie about his "near-perfect" weekend at the Chinese Grand Prix where the Mercedes driver took his first victory in 111 attempts.
Rosberg believes any world title aspirations are "not realistic at the moment", and says the team needs to "become more consistent" in order to challenge for the title.
Mercedes team principal Ross Brawn reveals he is "delighted" that Rosberg has finally earned his "deserved" first win, and feels proud to have been involved in Rosberg's father Keke's first win at Dijon-Prenois in 1982 whilst working for Williams.
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