Nico Rosberg happy with introduction of new radio rules

Nico Rosberg admits that he is pleased with the introduction of new rules to limit the use of the team radio in Formula 1 races.

Nico Rosberg has declared himself pleased with the recent introduction of new rules to limit the use of the team radio during Formula 1 races.

The FIA has confirmed that messages about the performance of the car or individual can no longer be delivered to the driver, and Rosberg believes that the rule will produce more entertaining races.

"I think can make it a lot more interesting also because it used to be like 100% communication a while ago, now they're only allowed to tell me like 20% of stuff now. So it's a massive change," the German told members of the media.

"It's up to us to make sure that we get to the end of the race with the fuel. It's up to us to make sure we're battling individually with our boost positions and things like that."

Rosberg continues his battle with Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton at this weekend's Singapore Grand Prix.

Lewis Hamilton of Great Britain and Mercedes GP (L) celebrates on the podium with second placed Nico Rosberg of Germany and Mercedes GP after the Malaysian Grand Prix on March 30, 2014
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