Symbiosis of charity and success.
The Shanghai Grand Prix racetrack is a good location for the Mercedes-Benz Silver Arrows – and for Nico Rosberg. In 2014, Rosberg, then 29, was the confident winner of the Chinese Grand Prix. In 2014 the two Silver Arrows were in first and second place. There is no doubt about it: successes are important in motorsport’s premiere class. Ever since the Shanghai Grand Prix, the 2015 Formula 1 season has seen Nico Rosberg and the MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS team combine charity with both success and driving for a good cause: for every kilometre Nico Rosberg is in the lead, Mercedes-Benz donates 100 euros to the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation – “Drive for Good” is the name of the initiative.