- Malaysian Grand Prix
Rosberg predicts manic race
Nico Rosberg is expecting Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix to be stopped due to poor weather conditions, after qualifying had to be put on hold when a rainstorm hit the track on Saturday.
Rosberg qualified second in the changing conditions, and although he said he is confident of a good result in the race, he predicted it would not be straightforward.
"I expect a really difficult race in general with red flags. I am quite confident I can make it through to the end and get a good result - if it's dry we'll do okay, and if it's wet we should be good."
Rosberg was the fastest driver to qualify on full wet tyres in Q3 after Mark Webber stole a march on the opposition by opting for intermediate tyres in the drying conditions.
"I felt good and felt I had a good lap in, then the tyres started to degrade," he said. "I saw Mark in front on inters and was pretty sure I was right on tyres, but thankfully it wasn't the wrong decision to be on full wets either."