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Five-time MotoGP World Champion, Marc Marquez, has said he would be open to challenging Lewis Hamilton to a champion v champion battle on both two and four wheels.
Lewis Hamilton has said he has no plans to retire in the near future as there’s still “more to win” for him in the sport.
Esteban Ocon is edging ever closer to signing for Renault for the 2020 season, replacing Nico Hulkenberg, reports claim.
George Russell has said he’s “absolutely confident” that he could deliver at Mercedes if given the opportunity.
Pirelli has played down suggestions that the thinner tyres has contributed to Mercedes’ dominance.
Toto Wolff ranks Fernando Alonso as one of the best but says he would not consider putting him in a Mercedes; he is however open to the possibility of Max Verstappen.
Although Mercedes considered bringing Mick Schumacher into their junior programme, Toto Wolff says overcrowding made it impossible.
While Toto Wolff is opening to reducing the length of Friday practices, the Mercedes motorsport boss has urged F1 not to drop it completely.
Toto Wolff has confirmed that the team have consulted Lewis Hamilton on who he thinks his next Mercedes team-mate should be.
Two years ago Jacques Villeneuve was not a fan of Valtteri Bottas, calling him an embarrassment; now he feels the Finn is Mercedes’ best option for 2020.
Joining Mercedes in 2013, Toto Wolff believes Lewis Hamilton’s “spectacularly” personal growth away from the track has aided him as a driver.
Valtteri Bottas recently swapped his W10 for a Ford Fiesta, taking part in a rally test amidst rumours that he could be out of F1 come the end of this season.
Ferrari to end their 2019 drought at Spa or Monza?
George Russell has again downplayed his chances of being promoted to a Mercedes seat for 2020.
Lewis Hamilton urges to team to continue delivering after missing out on four race wins.
In the final part of our driver reviews, PlanetF1 analyses the big boys over at Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull.
Mercedes principal Toto Wolff believes it’s important for the team to give Valtteri Bottas a “soft landing” if he loses his seat for 2020.
Christian Horner has written off Max Verstappen’s chances of catching Lewis Hamilton.
Valtteri Bottas says he will “think differently” the next time he’s wheel-to-wheel with Lewis Hamilton after his team-mate compromised him.
The Spanish Grand Prix’s chances of remaining on the F1 calendar next season have increased after the team bosses “basically agreed” to a 22-race season.
There appears to be no stopping Lewis Hamilton at the moment so you can forgive him for not thinking about retirement.
Valtteri Bottas is not resting on his laurels as he is working on a “Plan B and possibly a Plan C”.
Lewis Hamilton has responded to recent claims made by Nico Rosberg over his fitness and how he compares currently to in-form Max Verstappen.
Esteban Ocon will replace Valtteri Bottas at Mercedes next season, so says Bottas’ predecessor Nico Rosberg.
Put onto a two-stop strategy in Hungary, one that he thought would cost him a shot at the win, Lewis Hamilton had to quash his doubts and get on with the job at hand.
Mercedes principal Toto Wolff insisted it was “not right” to discuss the future of Valtteri Bottas at Mercedes after further struggles at the Hungarian GP.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner feels Mercedes trapped them into an “impossible” call as Max Verstappen settled for second place in Hungary.
Max Verstappen may be 63 points behind in the title race but with ten grands prix still to be run, Toto Wolff fears the Red Bull driver is a threat to Mercedes’ run.
Lewis Hamilton set the pace in final practice, a session in which the drivers had to contend with “snow” thanks to cement dust at Turn 4.
Mercedes duo Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas have both declared themselves happy with the W10 in Hungary as they look to overcome a difficult weekend in Germany.