The man who beat Hamilton and took his Formula 1 crown is in Belgrade
He complained about the weather - it's cold!
Nico Rosberg, the 2016 Formula 1 champion, has come to Belgrade and announced "an interesting project."
The German spent 11 seasons in Formula 1, and his best, along the one when he became the championship, were 2014 and 2015, when he finished second behind Lewis Hamilton. After winning the title in 2016, he decided to retire.
He arrived in Belgrade on Wednesday and posted about this on his Twitter account. Apart from asking his followers for any tips while staying in the capital, and observing that the weather is very cold here, Rosberg also announced a project, which is probably why he came to Belgrade.
There was no shortage of replies, while Formula 1 fans in Serbia are looking forward to see what the reason for the former champion's visit to Belgrade is.
First time in Belgrade, Serbia 👋 Stay tuned for a cool project coming up soon!
Any tips? Pretty cold here! 😀 pic.twitter.com/0a2cLl5EdZ
— Nico Rosberg (@NicoRosberg) January 12, 2022
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