11 Facts About Team Rosberg


Team Rosberg GmbH is a motor racing organisation that competes in single-seater and touring car disciplines in Europe.

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In 1996, Rosberg retired from driving to concentrate on team management.

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Team Rosberg managed Nissan's factory program in 1997 and 1998, with a pair of Nissan Primeras for Roland Asch and Sascha Maassen.

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When Nissan's factory participation in the STC came to an end, Team Rosberg took a sabbatical from touring cars in 1999 and became involved in formula racing for the first time.

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Team Rosberg promptly took the opportunity to participate in the DTM again when it was recreated at the turn of the millennium.

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In 2007, Team Rosberg ran Mike Rockenfeller and Lucas Luhr to 12th and 17th in the Drivers' Championship.

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Team Rosberg has continued to race Audi cars in DTM, with 2012 as its most successful recent season.

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When Team Rosberg left the Super Tourenwagen Cup, it made the jump to formula racing.

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Team Rosberg stayed with Rosberg in 2002 and won the drivers' championship.

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In Formula BMW ADAC, Nico Rosberg won the championship in his rookie season, driving for his father's team under the banner of VIVA Racing.

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Team Rosberg took on Austria's A1 Grand Prix franchise in 2005, but Austria ended its involvement after one season, due to a lack of results.

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