From F1 champion to sustainability entrepreneur, Nico Rosberg sees a bright future ahead if we all seek to do things a little better every day.

5 February, 2021

In 2016, Nico Rosberg was on top of the Formula One world, not only taking championship crown, but also beating his longtime rival, Lewis Hamilton, to the punch. But then, at just 30 years of age, he stunned the motorsport world and retired from F1. 

Since then he has turned that passion and drive towards a range of other activities revolving around sustainability and creating a better future for the planet and the people who in habits it.

His support for e-mobility and his belief that electric vehicles are the way forward is well known. Along with Audi he also co-founded the Greentech Festival, which recognises disruptive ideas and innovations designed to fight climate change and puts the spotlight on those around the globe working to find ways to improve all manner of life in a sustainable way.

Rosberg’s high profile and his passion make for a powerful voice, yet is message is simple and sincere. “Try each day to do things a little better’ – the idea being that the cumulative effect over time promises a bright future for us all.

Nico Rosberg with Audi Formula E ace, Lucas di Grassi.