How Rosberg spiced up the 2018 driver market

How Rosberg spiced up the 2018 driver market

Nico Rosberg's shock retirement gave the 2017 F1 driver market an unexpected twist. But it's the silly season for the following year that he has made really interesting

In the early part of last year the 2017 Formula 1 driver market had real potential. There were several drivers out of contract with seats available at Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull.

But as the season played out, Mercedes retained Nico Rosberg, Ferrari re-signed Kimi Raikkonen and Red Bull tied up Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo until the end of 2018.

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