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Lewis Hamilton has said that the high temperatures at the German Grand Prix are making it “very demanding”.
Hot on the tails of Lewis Hamilton’s new contract, Mercedes have announced that Valtteri Bottas has signed a “multi-year” deal to remain at Brackley.
Lewis Hamilton has revealed one rival team try to poach him from Mercedes, however, he didn’t give the offer any consideration.
Lewis Hamilton is “very confident” that Mercedes is still the place to be after signing a new two-year contract extension.
The worst-kept secret in Formula 1 is out: Lewis Hamilton has signed a new two-year extension with Mercedes.
Good news for Mercedes’ rival, Daniel Ricciardo reckons the Brackley squad has shown signs of “weakness” and vulnerability this season. Bad news, he says they’re still strong.
Despite being winless through the first half of the 2018 season, Valtteri Bottas believes that his performances are living up to the high standards that Mercedes are setting.
Mercedes have announced a planned transition of their senior technical leadership ahead of 2019 with Aldo Costa named Technical Advisor and Mark Ellis retiring.
Mercedes will be spending this week “doing a lot of work” on race starts after wheelspin dropped Lewis Hamilton into Kimi Raikkonen’s clutches at Silverstone.
Toto Wolff has revealed Formula 1 has not yet locked down the 2021 engine regulations despite earlier claims from Liberty Media that an announcement is close.
Lewis Hamilton may have fallen to 18th place in Sunday’s British GP but with his W09 escaping damage, he believed he would win the race.
Valtteri Bottas says he was on the same page as Mercedes when it came to the decision to leave him out on the track while those around him pitted behind the Safety Car at Silverstone.
Mercedes turn both Jekyll and Hyde, Red Bull and Toro Rosso form the Spice Boys, and there was a football match on don’t you know?
Lewis Hamilton has put out a post on his Instagram page saying that Kimi Raikkonen had apologised to him after the Lap 1 incident at Silverstone on Sunday.
James Allison should be “ashamed” of himself after accusing Ferrari and Kimi Raikkonen of a “deliberate” crash or “incompetence” in his British GP clash with Lewis Hamilton.
Such was Lewis Hamilton’s anger in the immediate aftermath of the British GP that he walked off before giving a post-race interview done in anger.
Mercedes were left smarting by Ferrari’s antics at Silverstone with James Alison questioning whether it was “deliberate or incompetence.”
Lewis Hamilton has hinted that his first lap incident with Kimi Raikkonen was “interesting tactics” from Ferrari.
Valtteri Bottas admitted that not coming in under the Safety Car may have been a mistake as he slipped from P1 to P4 during the British Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton was overcome with emotion after wrestling pole position away from Sebastian Vettel ahead of the British Grand Prix.
Although Lewis Hamilton is believed to have only agreed a new two-year deal with Mercedes, Toto Wolff is already talking about extending the Brit’s stay.
Lewis Hamilton believes Formula 1 has made a mistake putting a DRS zone into Turn 1 at Silverstone, calling it “pointless” and “dangerous.”
Lewis Hamilton has been left blown away by the sheer speed of the Silverstone circuit after the first day of practice ahead of the British Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel topped a session on a Friday for the first time in 2018, while Max Verstappen lost track time in both sessions, including crashing out in FP2.
Lewis Hamilton set the pace in Friday’s first practice for the British GP while Romain Grosjean played with his DRS through the new zone – and crashed.
Valtteri Bottas is running his third and final penalty-free engine at Silverstone this weekend after Mercedes opted for a “precautionary” engine change.
Lewis Hamilton, Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc reflect on Austria and look ahead to the British Grand Prix.
Ferrari are ready to roll out an update of their own following back-to-back upgrades from Mercedes.
The FIA will not be asking Mercedes to remove their new-spec mirrors as they have conformed “precisely” to the regulations.
Mercedes technical boss James Allison is hopeful neither Lewis Hamilton or Valtteri Bottas will be hindered by engine penalties at the British Grand Prix.