It's Schumacher not Rosberg we need to reappraise

It's Schumacher not Rosberg we need to reappraise

Nico Rosberg's strong performances against Lewis Hamilton have raised a few eyebrows. As Jonathan Noble explains, the German's form also suggests a certain comeback was not as weak as many people thought

A few hours after the Monaco Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton was up on the top floor of the Mercedes engineering unit in the pits, reflecting on the day's events for his regular briefing with the British press.

He was pretty glum, as was to be expected, having seen the glory of Mercedes' first 2013 victory being taken by team-mate Nico Rosberg, while a slow in-lap for a pitstop had cost him valuable time and left him off the podium.

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