COP26: Former Champion Nico Rosberg on the road ahead for F1

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Sky News published this video item, entitled “COP26: Former Champion Nico Rosberg on the road ahead for F1” – below is their description.

Former Formula 1 champion Nico Rosberg tells Sky’s Kay Burley that there are bumps in the road ahead for the championship as it tries to become more sustainable.

And he also tells Kay that Lewis Hamilton’s experience could see him through successfully to the end of the season.

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