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Mercedes have found that a spark plug failure resulted in Lance Stroll’s SportPesa Racing Point car going up in flames at the Canadian Grand Prix.
Mercedes are looking forward to putting a “few things right again” in France after receiving a “wake-up call” at the Canadian Grand Prix.
Sitting on the sidelines this season, Esteban Ocon insists he has trusts his management – including Toto Wolff – to find him a race seat for next season.
They say there is no such thing as bad publicity, and F1 may be thinking just that as the roadshow moves on to Circuit Paul Ricard for the French Grand Prix this weekend.
Lewis Hamilton says he’s not focusing on Sebastian Vettel’s mistakes, rather he’s trying to avoid making his own.
With Sebastian Vettel’s penalty still the hot topic in F1, Toto Wolff says the sport needs to introduce rules that allow hard racing but “without compromising on safety”.
Ferrari principal Mattia Binotto believes the team need “two or three upgrades” to get anywhere near Mercedes in 2019.
Mercedes principal Toto Wolff believes stability is the answer for creating a more competitive Formula 1, not regular rule changes.
Lewis Hamilton admits that Ferrari have a power mode available which is out of Mercedes’ reach.
Toto Wolff has warned Ferrari that should they opt to review Sebastian Vettel’s Canadian GP penalty, they could in fact incur “more punishment” for the German.
The person most allowed to feel aggrieved by Sebastian Vettel’s Canadian GP penalty is Valtteri Bottas.
Sebastian Vettel’s Canadian GP penalty is just another sign that there is bias towards Mercedes, so says Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko.
Lewis Hamilton’s pace in the second half of the Canadian GP was the result of a “cooling change”, one Mercedes wish they had done earlier.
Mercedes were “pretty tight” on time in getting Lewis Hamilton’s W10 rebuilt after discovering a hydraulic leak in the wake of qualifying.
With the points gap between himself and Lewis Hamilton on the rise, former F1 driver Mika Salo believes Valtteri Bottas needs to drive closer to the “edge.”
Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari shouldn’t turn to Mercedes for a sympathetic shoulder after Canada as Toto Wolff says doesn’t “feel sorry” for them.
With his car in a “million pieces” two hours before the start of the Canadian Grand Prix, Mercedes feared Lewis Hamilton would not be able to race.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has said the FIA’s decision to punish Sebastian Vettel with a five-second penalty in Canada has to be respected.
Mercedes have been forced into a pre-race scramble in the garage after discovering a hydraulic leak on Lewis Hamilton’s car in Canada.
Christian Horner reckons Mercedes would be the only team to complain about returning to last year’s tyres and he’s right, Toto Wolff isn’t happy that his rivals are complaining.
With at least two drivers waiting in the wings for his Mercedes seat, Valtteri Bottas has revealed he has yet to enter talks with Mercedes about 2020.
Christian Horner has said that this season’s Pirelli tyres hugely favour Mercedes, and that last year’s should be brought back for the sake of competition and entertainment.
Mercedes boss, Toto Wolff, has said he and the team have “lots of concern” after seeing one of their brand new engines go up in flames.
After weeks of waiting, it looks as if Ferrari and Mercedes may finally deliver the battle that F1 fans have been dreaming of as Ferrari pipped Mercedes in FP3.
Lewis Hamilton will not face a gearbox penalty in Montreal despite his W10 requiring a new one after his FP2 crash.
If Lewis Hamilton wants Formula 1 to be harder and drivers to physically exhausted, Guenther Steiner suggests banning gyms and stocking the paddock with fast foods.
Mercedes principal Toto Wolff has warned that new parc ferme rule plans to stop teams changing car parts over the weekend would be a bad idea.
A cost cap of $175million per year looks set to be imposed as part of the 2021 overhaul of Formula 1, according to Autosport.
Despite taking a one-two in FP2 at the Canadian GP, Sebastian Vettel believes there is still a “reasonable gap” between Ferrari and Mercedes.
Charles Leclerc has joined Ferrari team-mate Sebastian Vettel in claiming that Mercedes are still the quicker team in Canada.