Was Vettel ROBBED of Victory by the Stewards? F1 Race Analysis Montreal

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  • Nico Rosberg

    Nico Rosberg

    Il y a 6 jours

    Clarification @ 3:48: I add that it’s irrelevant if out of control or not. Actually this part is incorrect. Sorry. If out of control all the time whilst squeezing Lewis then no penalty. As you don’t get penalty for making a mistake going off and sliding back onto the track even if you end up hitting someone. Crucially, Vettel was definitely totally in control of his car in the latter part of squeezing Lewis where if Lewis would not have backed out there would have been a collision = unsafe rejoining = penalty.

  • Jan Klas

    Jan Klas

    Il y a 12 heures

    @Kurt Christensen The first (we want people to fight for places) has NOTHING to do with the rest. I'm NOT saying people shouldn't fight for places. In the meantime, again, what vettel tried or didn't try is irrelevant. The only thing that matters, is that he LEFT the track, and REDJOINED UNSAFELY. Get this into your thick skull. Besides that, do you know why Ferrari has dropped their appeal? Because new video footage clearly showed vettel deliberatelly turning into Hamilton. You can see he had already regained control of the car, you can see him look into the mirrors where Hamilton is, AND you can see him deliberatelly squeezing Hamilton. So whichever way you look at it, the penalty is correct.

  • Adry FM

    Adry FM

    Il y a 20 heures

    Nico we cant talk “what if...” we just have to talk of what actually happen!!! Just that! Love you ❣️

  • Adry FM

    Adry FM

    Il y a 20 heures

    Beechaii2 🤣

  • Kurt Christensen

    Kurt Christensen

    Il y a jour

    @Jan Klas we want ppl to fight for the places if they dont fight for it they would never make any mistakes and no 1 can say they dont do mistakes every now and then i saw another place some 1 show the peace of the race slow he explained what vettel did to try not hit the wall and hammilton and it was really well explained and i would say if the marshals had seen these pictures they would never have given the penalty

  • Jan Klas

    Jan Klas

    Il y a jour

    @CL Dan I agree with you, however, wether or not he was in control, isn't even relevant. That's the whole point I was making. A lot of the discussion about this subject is about wether he could have done something different, wether he was or was not in control, and so forth. While that's totally irrelevant. He left the track and had to rejoin it, and you have to do that safely. Period. No and, if or but about it. He didn't re-enter safely, so he got a penalty. It's that simple. Wether his car got pushed back onto the track by invisible gnomes, a pack of witches, or he did it himself while exlamating MUHAHAHAHA, it's not relevant at all.

  • Loop44

    Loop44

    Il y a 25 minutes

    i LOLd so hard seeing 1 euro donations to a multimillionaire

  • Jay Ruddock

    Jay Ruddock

    Il y a heure

    Nico is the only smart person he got his world title and knew that the pressure of trying to compete with Lewis was too much so dipped out maybe vettel should do the same.

  • rich1576

    rich1576

    Il y a heure

    Vettel through his toys out of the pram like a spoilt child and for his antics after the race should also be find for bringing the sport into disripute.

  • Dar Cos

    Dar Cos

    Il y a 2 heures

    Great vid, I'm impressed with the simplicity

  • Good Better Best.

    Good Better Best.

    Il y a 2 heures

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    Il y a 2 heures

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  • kev hulme

    kev hulme

    Il y a 2 heures

    100℅ correct nico shame your not in the mix anymore .

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    Il y a 2 heures

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  • LennyJohnson5

    LennyJohnson5

    Il y a 2 heures

    Spot on Nico. The five second penalty was the correct outcome.

  • Christopher Pinchbeck

    Christopher Pinchbeck

    Il y a 3 heures

    Well done Nico! Total respect for you

  • Trina Beville

    Trina Beville

    Il y a 5 heures

    The rule assumes the driver is in control and makes a conscious choice to renter the track unsafely. Vettle was out of control,rule doesn’t apply. Another case of the rules unfairly benefiting Hamilton and mercedes

  • Let's Get Going! Join Us

    Let's Get Going! Join Us

    Il y a 5 heures

    Nico, I am on the outside of opinion same as you, I agree with you TOTALLY, thanks for putting a responsible opinion forward

  • Trina Beville

    Trina Beville

    Il y a 5 heures

    Vettle was robbed

  • David Baker

    David Baker

    Il y a 6 heures

    Couldn’t agree more nico. What seb should of done was backed out of throttle and came back on safely but he didn’t because he knew he’d of lost the lead. And I don’t buy for one moment that he wasn’t in control he knew exactly what he was doing. Penalty deserved. Seb is a bad loser and I can’t believe they didn’t tell Leclerc seb had the 5 sec penalty. Let’s be fair the way seb gets a team to treat his teammates over the years is a disgrace.

  • joshua G

    joshua G

    Il y a 7 heures

    Nico yourself and Daniel ricciardo should of driven together,both gentleman of the sport !

  • Hugh Chisolm

    Hugh Chisolm

    Il y a 7 heures

    Like your OPINION on this.. you are a great driver..

  • DEM JOHNSON

    DEM JOHNSON

    Il y a 7 heures

    Winners stay on the track.

  • iL Gommista

    iL Gommista

    Il y a 7 heures

    hamilton 3 years a go have same action or much shyt and no penalty!!! camon f1 now is ridiculoes.

  • iL Gommista

    iL Gommista

    Il y a 8 heures

    Ridiculoes ridiculoes ridiculoes decision. forse stai parlando per non alimentare lo scandalo.... sono contento che hai battuto hamilton nel 2016 ma non condivido.

  • Musa Mupfekeri

    Musa Mupfekeri

    Il y a 8 heures

    Yes he was robbed

  • Luca Nardoni

    Luca Nardoni

    Il y a 8 heures

    Tutta fuffa per coprire la truffa!!! Chi sostiene che Vettel lo ha fatto apposta non capisce nulla di F1, Mansell ed Andretti campioni titolati hanno detto che la penalità è assurda e io mi associo a gente che ne capisce, non a professori dalla poltrona di casa! Ciao ciao

  • Da Do83

    Da Do83

    Il y a 9 heures

    Ahhh Nico is back, has always been jealous of Vettel and got his seat at Mercedes due to Papa's connections. The guy advertises Mercedes cars and expects people to believe he is impartial :-D

  • Raymond Lee

    Raymond Lee

    Il y a 9 heures

    Good video Nico, always good to hear from an ex-driver's perspective. You've got my 100% support for an honest opinion 👍

  • John O'Mahoney

    John O'Mahoney

    Il y a 11 heures

    I think the world has noticed Vettel has trouble with presser!

  • Lake Ishikawa

    Lake Ishikawa

    Il y a 11 heures

    100% agree. Too much faith in Ferrari religion is blinding people's critical thinking capabilities this time.

  • carlos martos

    carlos martos

    Il y a 11 heures

    So he had not enough control so he squeezed Lewis against the wall, but he had enough control to avoid the same wall. Wow. The difference between the two "in/out control" states is just the width of a F1 car. Life is so surprising sometimes. EDIT: @Nico I agree to your sticky comment. When someone brakes a rule there is often a difference in sanction if it is done on purpose or not, but there is still a sanction. Recalling to all that this rule is not there to kill any race interest, but for safety reasons.

  • Madara Uchiha

    Madara Uchiha

    Il y a 12 heures

    Why did vettle use the throttle on the grass? Because he was desperate to retain the lead. If he coasted back onto the track instead of giving it the beans he could have kept his car of the racing line and not impede hamilton. Well deserved penalty.

  • F1 F

    F1 F

    Il y a 12 heures

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  • MR WAYNE TURNER

    MR WAYNE TURNER

    Il y a 12 heures

    Nico respect you my m8 . As you put your family first bless you and your sweet family . Stay normal man as most love the celebrity lifestyle over the real world wich is corrupt by the elite billionaires Zionists who run it all .They want us all yes men and slaves ..

  • Queen Jane

    Queen Jane

    Il y a 13 heures

    Awesome thought. Nico. BIG FAN

  • Queen Jane

    Queen Jane

    Il y a 13 heures

    Yep. Lewis was pressuring vettle and I think it was vettle, s error

  • David Morash

    David Morash

    Il y a 13 heures

    Have to agree with Nico here. As a driver who had to dig very deep to beat Lewis, he knows what he is talking about. Vettel makes too many mistakes and seems mentally fragile at times.

  • Mark Rizkallah

    Mark Rizkallah

    Il y a 13 heures

    We only like rules when they work in are favor. This time they did not work for vettel, but let’s be honest Mercedes have already run away with the this year. So Ferrari needs to start planning for next and get it together.

  • bbence86

    bbence86

    Il y a 13 heures

    '16 Monaco, chicane. Lewis left the track in front of Ricciardo. The track was drying, so the racing line was the only place with traction. As Lewis came back in front of Ricciardo, only due to cutting the track, Ricciardo had to lift off, because the only chance Lewis left him, is trying to overtake him on the wat pavement. On slicks. FIA 27.3 is about safe return to the track. Not about leaving enough space for other drivers. It is a double standard when it comes to Lewis these days. BTW, he was in total control last year in Hockenheim, when he won the race aborting a pit stop. No time penalty, only reprimanded. Formula Hamilton is going on nowadays.

  • ivo santos

    ivo santos

    Il y a 13 heures

    👍

  • smelly capybara

    smelly capybara

    Il y a 14 heures

    You people are dumb. The reason why nico said vettel should receive the 5 seconds as he wants attention. He’s trying to be hamilton’s friend again but hamilton don’t even see nico as a friend. He’s lucky that he won the world championship. lol

  • Joe Gravina

    Joe Gravina

    Il y a 14 heures

    Robbed !!

  • Bluean Whites

    Bluean Whites

    Il y a 15 heures

    I'd love to see if Vetal's second snap was due to the depression of the throttle. He also seemed to keep moving over after regaining control. Unfortunately due to the rules, the penalty is correct. Nice to hear you speak your mind.

  • mmafan2223

    mmafan2223

    Il y a 17 heures

    I disagree but I am NOT arguing with a world Champion either.

  • VRSWeb

    VRSWeb

    Il y a 17 heures

    Correct

  • fixfreex 2000

    fixfreex 2000

    Il y a 17 heures

    I think that vettel should be giving the place back not a five second penalty

  • tidus pain

    tidus pain

    Il y a 18 heures

    lewis could have slowed down two car lengths

  • fixfreex 2000

    fixfreex 2000

    Il y a 18 heures

    I got one question for you what if that happen to you if you were vette What would you do ?

  • maxpower1819

    maxpower1819

    Il y a 18 heures

    Sry... are u a youtuber or a racer ??

  • VUSI vusi

    VUSI vusi

    Il y a 18 heures

    Fair play nico that what we need honesty cheers mate

  • Leefish92

    Leefish92

    Il y a 19 heures

    If the was run off the outcome would be the same so saying there was nothing he could is irrelevant. The rule was fair end of. If it wasn’t ferrari you wouldn’t hear about this Rules are black and white

  • real isrealite

    real isrealite

    Il y a 19 heures

    Nico is a world champ and he knows the rules better than anyone in you tube land.Rules are rules and emotions are just emotions.

  • Pon Dog

    Pon Dog

    Il y a 20 heures

    Objective analysis deserves a sub! Gaining the respect of viewership off track too. Keep it up Nico!

  • Adry FM

    Adry FM

    Il y a 20 heures

    1:42 ...easy darling it is just an opinion... stay strong on it, dont hesitate 😉 (the penalty was already given)

  • Rupesh Khanvilkar

    Rupesh Khanvilkar

    Il y a 20 heures

    FIA is ruining the races with such stupid penalties

  • Ndaba Ncube

    Ndaba Ncube

    Il y a 20 heures

    Definitely not robbed, I think he knows too

  • MrSilentSavage

    MrSilentSavage

    Il y a 21 heure

    Appreciate your analysis..don't agree as most other ex f1 drivers and champions don't either.

  • Jhon Shmit

    Jhon Shmit

    Il y a 22 heures

    Come on Nico, it's a fucking racing!!! And how long was the grass 5 m? And u should know how u control race car on grass on braking on slicks, and Lewis has been in same situation and he didn't get a penalty! Starting from when he drive in Kimi on box road

  • ARUN2485

    ARUN2485

    Il y a 22 heures

    Lame

  • Simson Johnson

    Simson Johnson

    Il y a 22 heures

    Rules are there to save life's. Without rules the whole world will be a mess

  • Simson Johnson

    Simson Johnson

    Il y a 22 heures

    Agree with you 110%. If you look closely at the replay you will see Vettel steering to the right after you gain control of the car.

  • sid vallaydam

    sid vallaydam

    Il y a 23 heures

    What are you smoking Nico?

  • Della Schneider

    Della Schneider

    Il y a 23 heures

    LOVE how honest, outspoken and well-versed you are NICO :-) you are indeed coming from a well-informed, experienced position. I agree with EVERYTHING you have said on this matter - think Ferrari need to relook a great deal . . . especially regarding Leclerc -he is the future of F1. thank you for all your gorgeousness mmmwa xxx

  • Finn Lizard

    Finn Lizard

    Il y a 23 heures

    Bullshit. Nico lass gut sein!

  • Rafael Balbuena

    Rafael Balbuena

    Il y a jour

    I agree. Frustration for Ferrari fans....GOOOO MERCEDES......NICO YOU #1

  • Gary Manning

    Gary Manning

    Il y a jour

    As a great driver I respect your choice to retire from racing once you had reached your goal. Family is everything ambition is temporary. It would be selfish for you to return. I like your honesty and don’t believe you are a shill for your old team. Vettel is a super driver and the pressure of that race must have been extreme. Lewis, (why cant people spell his name correctly?), is at his peak at the moment but he has the luxury of being single minded in his ambitions and doesn’t have to continually think about his children waiting for their dad to get smashed to pieces in a racing incident. It makes a massive difference to the decisions you and he make. Respect!

  • Bijou Smith

    Bijou Smith

    Il y a jour

    Vettel is such a whiny bastard. (Althought hell, hey all are really, but Seb is one of the worst moaners, boohoo.) I'd much prefer LeClerc and Verstappen challenging Hamilton and Botas. That's regardless of whether Vettel was robbed or not. Suck it up dude and take the pressure. I've seen dozens of times Hamilton lost position or time in order to avoid a dangerous touch, that's the sign of a superior driver.

  • yafmaverick

    yafmaverick

    Il y a jour

    well Nico, if Vettel retires, you should come to Ferrari and try to beat Hamilton again, you did it once, why not again....

  • Bud Crandall

    Bud Crandall

    Il y a jour

    Vettel's histrionics just helped him hide the fact that he again cracked under pressure and made a mistake.

  • Red C

    Red C

    Il y a jour

    Spot on...The is clearly a moment after returning to the track, that Vettel was in control and could give Lewis more breathing space. The competitor (and he's an excellent one) in him however clouded his judgement. He clearly cut Lewis off by veering so far left...As for Vettel's tantrum -- :)

  • Fradees 81

    Fradees 81

    Il y a jour

    Vettel messed up and being a total butface bever about it like always

  • Tony Welch

    Tony Welch

    Il y a jour

    Hi Nico, I totally agree, penalties are there for good reason and the 5 seconds were deserved, Lewis forced the error and Vettel paid the price, great racing

  • Wayne Jackson

    Wayne Jackson

    Il y a jour

    I agree with you.

  • Tripod Threefoot

    Tripod Threefoot

    Il y a jour

    Why are you so concerned about the hate you will get because your favorite on the track was given a five second penalty? Just say what the rules said and continue

  • Zaki M

    Zaki M

    Il y a jour

    Seb could have pulled out a 5 second gap? With a faster car behind? Talking out of your ass, quitter.

  • Lawrence EG

    Lawrence EG

    Il y a jour

    Might as well just hand over the winners troophy if FIA is so much favour to Louise.

  • Malik Palao

    Malik Palao

    Il y a jour

    SEEM LOGIC PENALIZE A DRIVER THAT WAS ALREADY PENALIZED BY HIS MISTAKES, THEY PENALIZED HIM CAUSED HE DID MISTAKES, WHAT A SHARADE INCOMPETENT OR COLLUDED..IN 2016 MONACO HAMILTON DID DIRTIER CAUSED HAMILTON IS IN FULL CONTROL AND DIDNT PENALIZED...

  • Atanas Hristov

    Atanas Hristov

    Il y a jour

    What had achieved Leclerc ??? A big nothing!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Atanas Hristov

    Atanas Hristov

    Il y a jour

    Explain to me the situation in Monaco 2016 and why Hamilton did not get a penalty?

  • helicopterpilot2xxx

    helicopterpilot2xxx

    Il y a jour

    Dick Head

  • Bill Markert

    Bill Markert

    Il y a jour

    Been watching F1 since the 60's and there are more rules but they are applied with much less obvious politics and bias. All I can say is both Senna and Schumacher would have done the same thing that Seb did. Neither one would have done what Louis did in backing out of it to avoid a crash. They would have crashed and everyone they raced against knew it and would not have done what Seb did. Times change!

  • Paul Rivera

    Paul Rivera

    Il y a jour

    its easy to say when your not in the car niko...i hope they are engineers in the stewards..do they know the momentum and inertia you carry when your driving in high speed...clearly vettel had no control in the car..if he hit brakes on the grass he could easily spin the car cause more accident lewis maybe included..if he turn left and without control in the car..more accident will happen..clearly a biads decision to mercedes

  • Francis Monaghan

    Francis Monaghan

    Il y a jour

    I firmly believe that despite Vettel losing control he was determined that Louis wasn't going to pass him...regardless

  • Astig Naepal

    Astig Naepal

    Il y a jour

    well F you

  • Murphy moe

    Murphy moe

    Il y a jour

    Vet made a mistake joined carelessly and blocked lewis's way think he deserved it

  • Busy B

    Busy B

    Il y a jour

    Well said Nico Totally agree 🤗. Miss you on the grid by the way

  • Lindsay Joshua

    Lindsay Joshua

    Il y a jour

    Hamilton could have let up in an attempt to avoid a potential crash. Then move to the left with more traction he could have passed Vettle. Hamilton is diffenetly a cry baby, bad sportsman👎.

  • Toro Loco

    Toro Loco

    Il y a 18 heures

    ?? how so. he did brake. and he drove a fantastic race so please point out the unsportsman like behaviour. and the only one moaning and whining was seb. he looks nothing like hamilton so you might be confused

  • Louisa Unwin

    Louisa Unwin

    Il y a jour

    Love hearing your insight Nico, keep it up. I also like how you keep your channel simple and focus on the content

  • Peter Taylor

    Peter Taylor

    Il y a jour

    Completely agree. Lewis stayed on the track and was clearly disadvantaged. In fact he showed great skill by avoiding a possibly disastrous collision. Whether or not Seb squeezed him out deliberately is irrelevant. Let me just add I always enjoyed your racing career, and you are a real gentleman, and a credit to your nation.

  • Kristian Smith

    Kristian Smith

    Il y a jour

    At first I thought that Vettel could not avoid going across Hamiltons path, but I believe Nico's judgement that he could have allowed enough room. Thats not important, what I really dislike is that races are often decided in a back room by stewards, also that now the view of the driver is a helmet poking out of the cockpit, also the cars don't slide about much, honestly you could be watching a 3D video game! In 10 years time the world champion will be 12 years old, sitting in a simulator that controls the car on track. Why? Because, its too dangerous to actually drive at those speeds. Has to be politically correct.

  • Chal Izzy

    Chal Izzy

    Il y a jour

    Vettle turned his tires right when he came off the grass, saw it in the replay from the onboard cam. It forced Lewis to brake hard.

  • lucky luciano

    lucky luciano

    Il y a jour

    Good analysis

  • Brian Holden

    Brian Holden

    Il y a jour

    Ok I'm neither a Mercedes or a Ferrari fan, but Ferrari and F1 was robbed of a great race. To begin why was the rule first introduced? To prevent driver's intentionally rejoining the circuit without regard for the safety of other driver's to gain an advantage. The Penalty says Vettel rejoined the circuit to gain an advantage, and forced Hamilton off the circuit! Off the circuit was a concrete wall, if that was accurate there'd still be evidence of Hamilton's car on the concrete barrier. Martin Brundle, Jensen Button, the Indian driver now commentator, all say the stewards got it wrong. And yes if Vettel had shut up and focused he could have got that 5sec lead but we'll never know now.

  • Alex Dalgleish

    Alex Dalgleish

    Il y a jour

    Watch the video after Vetal is back on track he then turns right a touch to complete shut the door

  • Peter Taylor

    Peter Taylor

    Il y a jour

    Spot on!

  • Ian Sim

    Ian Sim

    Il y a jour

    Funny how Vettal was out of control with dirty tyres but didn’t plow into the wall? Got to agree with Nico on this one.

  • NoBoostNoParty

    NoBoostNoParty

    Il y a jour

    ok then let's put a parachute so racer can drive safe in F1. Ridiculous.

  • Piotr Maslak

    Piotr Maslak

    Il y a jour

    HEY NICO!

  • grahamcb23

    grahamcb23

    Il y a jour

    Lewis made it unsafe also He didn’t have to try and pass out of bounds also

  • nyamaxel

    nyamaxel

    Il y a jour

    Joylon Palmer's opinion on the matter frdownload.net/item/vid%C3%A9o-IA3ppfFRq4o.html

  • MisterRand

    MisterRand

    Il y a jour

    So by current F1 rules this would be a loss? frdownload.net/item/vid%C3%A9o-ywsB65YfLOQ.html

  • Phil Pearce

    Phil Pearce

    Il y a jour

    Is Mercedes or Hamilton paying you to make these biased comments. You should know more than anyone that Hamilton is always complainig to get his own way and if anyone disagrees he has played the raciest card which is why he never seems to get penilties like the other drivers there is no other way to say it he is an out and out asshole that was given more opportunities than any other driver by Ron Dennis.

  • CL Dan

    CL Dan

    Il y a jour

    5, 10, 15 second penalties are available the Stewards were easy on him!

  • CL Dan

    CL Dan

    Il y a jour

    That's called being unaccountable on Vettel's behalf....He (Vettel) screwed himself! 5 seconds was light! The stewards should've giving him a 10 sec penalty...

  • CL Dan

    CL Dan

    Il y a jour

    That slight little nudge to the right was to push Lewis into wall...And that's what got Vettel's nuts caught in a vise! You know there's multiple cameras on the cars and track so why would you do something so sinister? Vettel got what he deserved! The racers asked for these rules by the way!

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