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Lewis Hamilton defied a call from his pit wall to stop late in the British Grand Prix, saying he didn’t want to “take the risk” of something going wrong.
Falling short of pole position at Silverstone, Lewis Hamilton has gain defended his lifestyle, telling Nico Rosberg that clearly it works for him as he has “five World titles.”
Lewis Hamilton has said that he struggled to find one-lap pace in a car that’s set-up is far more suited to tomorrow’s race.
Ferrari surprised with the 1-2 in FP3 for the British GP although Valtteri Bottas didn’t get in a clean lap, almost meeting the barrier on his qualy sim lap.
Lewis Hamilton is adamant Ferrari are not out of the running at Silverstone despite Mercedes setting the pace over short and long distances.
Valtteri Bottas was the man to beat at Silverstone in the dry on Friday afternoon, however, it was the wind that dominated the session with several drivers flying off the track.
Valtteri Bottas finished Friday’s practice for the British GP top of the charts, however, it wasn’t a trouble-free session for the Finn.
Lewis Hamilton believes it will be a difficult weekend for Mercedes at the British Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton insists he is bothered by people saying his success is only down to the car that he is racing, saying he knows what he brings to the team.
Undone by cooling issues at a sweltering hot Austrian GP, Mercedes will be happy to note the cooler weather that has been forecast for this weekend’s British Grand Prix.
Allowing Lewis Hamilton to do his own thing and not force him into a PR role is why the Brit is chasing a sixth World title this season, says Toto Wolff.
With speculation continuing about Mercedes’ 2020 driver line up, George Russell says he’s ready to step up to the big leagues should Toto Wolff give him the nod.
Mercedes principal Toto Wolff hopes some unsettled British weather can create the right conditions for a strong race weekend.
Mercedes principal Toto Wolff hopes the Austrian Grand Prix will make critics think twice before calling Formula 1 boring in the future.
Mercedes had it rough at the Red Bull Ring, but Formula 1 managing director Ross Brawn thinks it was far from a “crisis weekend”.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has said the team are prepared to release Esteban Ocon from his contract with the Silver Arrows.
Mercedes team principal, Toto Wolff, believes the links of him becoming the new boss of Formula 1 are an attempt to “trigger scepticism”.
Formula 4 racer, Paul Aron, has become the fifth current member of the Mercedes junior driver programme, the Silver Arrows have confirmed.
Mercedes have revealed that their cooling system has “under-delivered” when races are taking place in hot temperatures.
Valtteri Bottas knows he needs to perform out on track if he wants to continue with Mercedes as Toto Wolff admits there are others waiting in the wings.
After Austria delivered one of the best races in recent times on the back of France producing one of the worst, Lewis Hamilton says people shouldn’t be so quick to judge F1.
Mercedes’ “compact” aerodynamic package proved to be the architect of their own downfall as their W10 suffered with cooling issues at the Austrian Grand Prix.
Overheating issues with the engine meant that Mercedes “just couldn’t race” in Austria according to Lewis Hamilton.
Although Toto Wolff hasn’t spoken with Max Verstappen about a 2020 drive, he hasn’t ruled it out either.
Unable to fight Ferrari for pole position in Austria, Lewis Hamilton admits Mercedes are losing ground down the Red Bull Ring’s straights.
Red Bull’s Max Verstappen was delighted with his qualifying performance in Austria after securing P3 on the grid for Sunday’s race.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has continued to distance himself away from taking over from Chase Carey as the boss of Formula 1.
Ferrari duo Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc are not taking anything for granted after Friday practice in Austria.
Valtteri Bottas has said he prefers to be properly “penalised for mistakes” after suffering a big crash in FP2 ahead of the Austrian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton has backtracked on his comments that Toto Wolff shouldn’t lead F1, saying he reckons his current team boss would do a “pretty special job.”