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Nico Rosberg is hoping that “one day” he’ll again be friends with Lewis Hamilton after their relationship deteriorated during their final season together at Mercedes.
Mercedes may not have been as vocal as Ferrari in criticising Liberty’s vision for the future, however, Daimler chief Dieter Zetsche says they are on the same page.
Mercedes have announced the date that they will launch their W09, opting for the same day as Ferrari – February 22.
Lewis Hamilton is back on social media, putting an end to his hiatus.
Nico Rosberg could be persuaded to come out of retirement if Formula 1 raced in Las Vegas with South Africa also on his list.
Valtteri Bottas is looking to become a “better person and driver” next season in the hope he can challenge for the World Championship.
Mercedes are showing no signs of slowing down after they received the green light to expand their Brackley base.
Pascal Wehrlein’s F1 racing career may be over for now but there is some good news with Toto Wolff adamant he will “remain part” of the Mercedes squad.
Mercedes will race an “all new” engine in next year’s championship, revealed engine boss Andy Cowell.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has said that Valtteri Bottas will have to show he is capable of matching Lewis Hamilton next season, but has backed him to do so.
Mercedes have revealed a new competition that will see Valtteri Bottas wear a fan-designed helmet throughout the 2018 season.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has suggested the Silver Arrows could follow in Ferrari’s footsteps and create a re-branded feeder team in the near future.
Lewis Hamilton says he is just a “small link in a long chain” at Mercedes and doesn’t see himself as the “leader of the team”.
Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff says the team are ready to “start from zero again” following their 2017 success, adding they won’t underestimate their competition next year.
Lewis Hamilton believes Max Verstappen can turn from rising young star into title contender, but has another top three in mind for the battle at the top next season.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has confirmed that the Silver Arrows did hold talks with McLaren over supplying them with engines – but the deal was taking too much time to complete.
Lewis Hamilton believes Mercedes’ 2017 title-winning car was the “toughest” car to understand as it was “tricky getting it to work”.
Lewis Hamilton is ready to face a new and improved Valtteri Bottas in 2018 and feels his team-mate has adapted well to life at Mercedes.
Esteban Ocon has revealed that he asked Mercedes for advice on how to deal with his team-mate Sergio Perez.
Mercedes’ non-executive chairman Niki Lauda believes Red Bull have fallen for Max Verstappen’s negotiation tactics and paid too much to retain him.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff is confident Lewis Hamilton will not announce a shock retirement from Formula 1 like the Brit’s former team-mate Nico Rosberg.
Nico Rosberg could not stay away from Formula 1 for too long as he is replacing Niki Lauda as a regular pundit for German broadcaster RTL next season.
Pascal Wehrlein is considering a return to DTM with Mercedes in 2018 after Sauber opted not to renew his contract, according to reports.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff admits that the distribution of prize money is the “elephant in the room” when it comes to Formula 1’s 2020/2021 commercial contracts.
Mercedes engine boss Andy Cowell has revealed the Silver Arrows are close to producing a power unit capable of a 1000bhp output.
Young Mercedes driver George Russell is aware that he needs to “get his priorities right” next season as he continues on his path to Formula 1.
FIA president Jean Todt believes too much money is being spent by the top teams to make their cars last for the vast majority of the season.
Lewis Hamilton has said he is not interested in following the footsteps of Fernando Alonso by competing at the Indy 500 or at Le Mans.
Lewis Hamilton believes as many as four teams could be in contention for the titles next season with McLaren being the new dark horse.
Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene has offered an honest assessment of the Scuderia’s 2017 campaign and their overall standing in relation to the top dogs Mercedes.