Nico Rosberg remembered the victims of Paris attacks after securing runner-up position in the Formula One world championship with a victory in the Brazilian Grand Prix.
The German driver controlled the race from the front and defeated newly crowned three-time world champion Lewis Hamilton to register his fifth and second successive win of the season, but thereafter put things in perspective keeping the Paris attacks in mind.
Reflecting on the win, Rosberg said that it was a great weekend for him but added that everything was relative because of the tragedy caused by the Paris attacks, Sport24 reported.
A minute’s silence was observed before the start of the race as a mark of respect for the victims of Friday’s Paris attacks in the French capital, which left 132 dead.
Meanwhile, four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari finished third.