How old is Nico Rosberg?
Nico Rosberg is 37 years old.
What is Nico Rosberg Net Worth?
Nico Rosberg's net worth is $50 Million.
What is Nico Rosberg Birthday?
Nico Rosberg's birthday is 27/06/1985.
What is Nico Rosberg Zodiac Sign?
Nico Rosberg's zodiac sign is Cancer.
What is Nico Rosberg's Real Birth Name?
Nico Rosberg's real birth name is Nico Erik Rosberg.
Where is Nico Rosberg's Birthplace?
Nico Rosberg's birthplace is Wiesbaden, West Germany.
How Tall is Nico Rosberg?
Nico Rosberg height is 5'9''.
What is Nico Rosberg Nationality?
Nico Rosberg nationality is Germany.
What are Nico Rosberg's Professions?
Nico Rosberg's professions are Racing Driver.
Who is Nico Rosberg?
Nico Rosberg is a German-Finnish former racing driver. He competed in Formula One from 2006 to 2016, winning the World Drivers' Championship in 2016 with Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport. The only child of Finnish 1982 F1 World Champion Keke Rosberg and his German wife Sina Rosberg, he was raised primarily in the Principality of Monaco. Rosberg began competitive go-kart racing at the age of six and achieved early success, winning regional and national French championships, before moving to European-based series and world championships. At the age of 16, he progressed to car racing, winning nine races to claim the 2002 Formula BMW ADAC Championship with VIVA Racing. He subsequently moved to the higher-tier Formula 3 Euro Series with Team Rosberg in 2003 and 2004 before winning the inaugural GP2 Series championship with ART Grand Prix in 2005. Rosberg first drove in F1 with Williams from 2006 to 2009 and achieved two podium finishes for the team in 2008. For 2010, he moved to Mercedes, partnering fellow German and seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher. Rosberg took his first career win at the 2012 Chinese Grand Prix. He was the teammate of former karting friend and eventual seven-time World Drivers' Champion, Lewis Hamilton, from 2013 to 2016, twice finishing runner-up to his teammate before a title win in 2016. Rosberg announced his retirement from motor racing five days after clinching the title, citing wanting to spend more time with his family and not wanting his driving ability to atrophy as the main factors behind his decision. Overall he competed in 206 Grands Prix, winning 23, securing 57 podium finishes, 30 pole positions, and amassing 1594.5 championship points. In retirement, Rosberg moved into driver management, television punditry, and became an eco-entrepreneur. He was awarded the Laureus World Sports Award for Breakthrough of the Year and was inducted into the FIA Hall of Fame in 2017.