Nico Rosberg has said that his perspective on life has changed greatly.

He recently said on Friday that there was more to life than driving round in circles. He also hinted he would love to invest in electric cars – after his shock retirement announcement.

Rosberg who announced his retirement on December, only five days after winning the world title, talked about his plans which include spending more time with his wife and daughter plus doing more charity work.

“Life has more to offer than driving round in circles,” the 31-year old German told the audience at the World Economic Forum in the Swiss ski resort of Davos, where high class individuals gathered.

He had plans to hit the slopes after a long, legally enforced absence just for leisure.

“It’s 11 years since I’ve been skiing because it’s in my contract as a racer you’re not allowed to ski,” Rosberg said.

“I will give something back in some way or another”, adding that as a first move, “I’m going to go to Germany to visit children who are quite ill,” he added.

Roseberg is also looking into investment opportunities. “There are so many possibilities… electrical cars, for example,” he said. Read more

2015 F1 Calendar Drops Korea

Korean GP has been unfortunately dropped from new 2015 calendar. The news is surely a shocking one for the Korean driving enthusiasts.

The Korean race was quite a surprise add-on to the F1 schedule that was displayed in 2014 December but with the usher of new year, the FIA authorities declared the omission of the said from final version.

According to sources, Korea Grand Prix was included upon the request of Bernie Ecclestone but was removed as it turned clear that such a thing wasn’t viable.

The F1 revised schedule is already published on the official website of FIA.

Interestingly, the decision isn’t any surprise for many. Read more