Rosberg needs to do this when it counts

Rosberg needs to do this when it counts

Nico Rosberg was exemplary as he defeated Lewis Hamilton in a straight fight to win the revived Mexican Grand Prix. So why couldn't he do it when it actually mattered, asks BEN ANDERSON

This was the drive of a champion. Well, not quite, because the man who won the Mexican Grand Prix cannot now finish the 2015 Formula 1 season as champion, but it was a performance worthy of the accolade.

The big question is whether Nico Rosberg can make a habit of what he produced on F1's return to the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez for the first time in 23 years, and use his victorious display as a platform on which to build a title tilt in 2016.

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