While it has been some time since he drove a Formula 1 car, he does participate in the analysis of the sport from time-to-time.
Such was his rivalry with Hamilton that after winning the world title in 2016, he called it quits immediately after.
Rosberg to become a team boss?
At the moment, Rosberg is often found as a commentator for Sky Sports on track and running his own YouTube channel.
Additionally, he is also the owner of an Extreme-E class racing team, Rosberg X Racing. He even managed to beat his all-time rival Lewis Hamilton in this series.
This raises a credible question – Will we see Rosberg as a team boss someday?
In an interview with Formel1.de, he gives an answer to this question.
What did Rosberg say?
“That doesn’t appeal to me, it would be too much. It’s a full-time job: mornings, afternoons, evenings, all day,” he said.
“When I see how intensively Toto works for the Formula 1 team, that is nothing for me, I want to avoid that in my life.
“I experienced that as a driver, that intensity and dependence, and I don’t want that again,” he concluded.
‘Can’t motivate me with money’
Rosberg also goes on to add that money will not be a factor that could motivate him to change his mind.
“You can’t motivate me with money. I have zero interest in that,” he said.
“I have fulfilled my career the way I wanted to, with the world title, and I am happy with my new life. So that thought never came up there, and it never will. That’s over.”
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