As for Rosberg being a wuss, I agree to an extent but he achieved his lifetime goal, honoured his parents and was never ever going to be able to do it again, so I tip my hat in his direction as a somewhat brave move but I can understand why some people might think the fans have been cheated. QUOTE]
Pulling out when facing a tough next season isn´t an act of bravey, is it? :stunned:
More than you might think. He faces media vilification and 'trial by internet' for the rest of his natural life with the record books showing that he ducked out after winning WDC just the once, so yeah, it's brave. Let's imagine that he carries on in 2017 and fails miserably, he then faces the same levels of critique so why not quit while ahead? Surprisingly, most former champions back Rosberg's decision, with Mansell being the notable exception.