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Toto Wolff’s days at Mercedes are numbered, at least according to Bernie Ecclestone who believes the Austrian will be moving to Aston Martin in the not-too-distant future.
Esteban Ocon has sworn he had no knowledge whatsoever of Mercedes’ plans to introduce a dual-axis steering system to Formula 1.
Toto Wolff reportedly sat out Thursday’s meeting with F1 bosses, raising questions about not only his but also Lewis Hamilton’s Mercedes future.
McLaren have confirmed that they will still switch from Renault to Mercedes power for 2021 as originally planned.
Mercedes and Red Bull intend to keep their UK factories open in the wake of the current coronavirus pandemic sweeping across the world.
Mercedes may have led the outrage against Ferrari’s secret FIA deal but the Brackley squad has now declared a truce with the Scuderia.
Mercedes has written to Formula 1 and the FIA requesting for the Australian Grand Prix to be cancelled in the wake of the coronavirus.
Red Bull principal Christian Horner has said that Red Bull will take the fight to Mercedes and are “ready to win” the Australian GP.
Mercedes will race DAS at the Australian Grand Prix with a team spokesperson saying it would be “unreasonable” to give up that advantage just because Red Bull are threatening to protest.
Red Bull principal Christian Horner has his sights on closing up to the “absolute benchmark” which is Mercedes in 2020.
Ex-F1 driver turned pundit Martin Brundle says Mercedes look stronger than ever in 2020, and hopes Ferrari are hiding their pace.
Red Bull are poised to launch a second protest against Mercedes if they use their dual-axis steering system (DAS) in Melbourne.
Mercedes believes its has solved the engine problems that led to no fewer than four issues during the six days of pre-season testing.
Mercedes has been forced into some last-minute modifications after Red Bull questioned the legality of the Silver Arrows’ rear brake ducts.
Mark Webber feels Lewis Hamilton should be considered the best Formula 1 driver of all time, ahead of the legendary Michael Schumacher.
Claire Williams believes George Russell has all the ingredients to become a Formula One world champion – and will not stand in his way if Mercedes call on him to partner Lewis Hamilton next year.
While Formula One has targetted becoming carbon neutral by the end of 2030, the Mercedes team plan to do it a decade earlier.
Red Bull principal Christian Horner believes Mercedes’ dual-axis steering system shows why it’s important to close loopholes from 2021.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff doesn’t think there are a lack of options for his team in the driver market beyond 2020.
Toto Wolff brought the teams together to demand an explanation while Red Bull wants “$24 million” in compensation.
The 2020 Formula One season is now very much in sight, and hopes are high that the drivers can cook up a classic.
Lewis Hamilton is not listening to all the chatter about Mercedes being the favourites for Australia, saying that’s just games for the “weak-minded”.
Toto Wolff has downplayed speculation that DAS has handed Mercedes the World titles, saying it is not worth the lap time that some are suggesting.
Trying to extract every last drop from its power unit, Lewis Hamilton admits Mercedes are paying a price for pushing the limits.
Valtteri Bottas says he sees “no reason why not to” use Mercedes’ dual-axis steering system at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.
Williams’ George Russell says the team had a “small issue” with their Mercedes PU on Friday as the reliability issues in testing continued.
Lewis Hamilton has declared Barcelona being a “good winter test” but has concerns over Mercedes’ reliability heading into the season opener.
It is all good and well copying the Mercedes design as Racing Point has done but Zak Brown feels that’s not the way to go about beating Mercedes to the World titles.
Ferrari has been sandbagging in testing with Toto Wolff confident the Scuderia can “probably gain another second” when it turns up the engine.
Sticking with Mercedes is “super appealing” to Lewis Hamilton, who says moving over to Ferrari would only be a “short-term” job while Mercedes is for life.