Rosberg romps to Shanghai win
Mercedes racer Nico Rosberg led from start to finish to claim his first ever win in Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai.
The German had looked impressive in China all weekend, having finished fastest in qualifying on Saturday, with his Mercedes well suited to the course.
Rosberg started in pole ahead of team-mate Michael Schumacher, whose race was cut short on the 12th lap when his front-right wheel fell loose after being insecurely tightened in the pits.
The seven-time world champion had to watch as Rosberg claimed the first win of his career, with the 26-year-old finishing ahead of McLaren duo Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton, who placed second and third respectively.
Rosberg was delighted with the win as he became the 103rd different driver to claim a Formula One victory.
He said: "Unbelievable feeling, very cool, very happy, very excited. It's been a long time coming for me and the team also.
"It's amazing, and it's really nice to see how quickly we are progressing, I didn't expect to be that fast."