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Mercedes boss Toto Wolff doesn’t believe his team has made Formula 1 predictable despite winning their sixth straight title-double in 2019.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff is proud that his Formula 1 team will celebrate their ten-year anniversary since returning to F1 this year.
We already knew the W11’s splash-of-red colour scheme but now Mercedes have unveiled the official car, releasing images ahead of Friday’s shakedown.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has admitted that he and Lewis Hamilton “don’t like” the new contract negotiations because they are friends.
The car Mercedes launched on Friday will be the car Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas race in Melbourne with just minor updates between now and then.
Swapping from Mercedes to Renault in the off season, Esteban Ocon admits he carried secrets over but insists not all of them as he kept it “within limits”.
Mercedes has unveiled its tighter, slimmer W11, the car the team hopes will secure a seventh successive championship double.
Porridge, coffee and a tad more facial hair then last year, Mercedes have introduced Valtteri Bottas 3.0 to the world.
Lewis Hamilton may be in the pipeline for a “super money” contract but Jenson Button has rubbished claims he holds all the cards, saying Mercedes has weight of its own.
Mercedes boss, Toto Wolff, has said Lewis Hamilton deserves the right to earn “super money” with contract talks set to continue later in February.
Mercedes has officially kickstarted launch week by revealing the livery of their 2020 challenger – the Mercedes W11.
Mercedes has signalled their intent to remain in Formula 1 by announcing an expanded five-year partnership with INEOS.
Mercedes boss, Toto Wolff, has said “some lunatic on an internet page” was behind the “nonsense” rumour of crunch talks taking place at Daimler.
F1 sporting boss Ross Brawn says there are “no signs” Mercedes intend quitting from Formula 1, in fact he reckons the sport won’t lose any manufacturers come 2021.
Lando Norris and Carlos can’t wait to watch Mercedes’ meltdown at their home race in Germany again on Netflix’s ‘Drive to Survive’.
Mercedes will “definitely” not walk away from Formula 1 at the end of this season despite what the rumour mill suggests.
Toto Wolff has said he will sit down with Lewis Hamilton later in February to continue discussions over signing a new deal with Mercedes.
Mercedes has announced a multi-year partnership with high-performance computing leader, AMD, who had previously been sponsoring rivals Ferrari.
Mercedes’ high performance powertrains boss, Andy Cowell, has suggested there have been little gremlins in the system as the team develop their 2020 power unit.
Lewis Hamilton is not signing a two-year deal with Mercedes, nor is he holding out for 55m Euros, with the Brit revealing he hasn’t even begun talks with Toto Wolff.
Mercedes is not plotting its Formula 1 exit despite what the rumour mill suggests, says Daimler Chief Executive Ola Kaellenius.
Mercedes will not be willing to pay Lewis Hamilton 55 million Euros per season but, according to Helmut Marko, Ferrari might.
Mercedes are due to hold a meeting on February 12 to discuss their future in Formula 1 beyond the end of the 2020 campaign.
Just over the week before the launch of the 2020 Mercedes W11, the Brackley squad fired up their new car for the first time.
Former Mercedes man Nick Fry admits while he has no idea if it is true, he’d be “surprised” if Michael Schumacher took the time to play mind games with Nico Rosberg.
Lewis Hamilton’s contract negotiations with Mercedes have reportedly hit a stumbling block, and it is all thanks to Max Verstappen.
Lewis Hamilton is more talented than Michael Schumacher and Ayrton Senna, so says former F1 driver Rubens Barrichello.
Valtteri Bottas may be the perfect team-mate for Lewis Hamilton as tensions at Mercedes are at all-time low but that doesn’t mean he’s doesn’t race the Brit hard.
Although Toto Wolff says retaining Lewis Hamilton is a “priority” for Mercedes, he reckons if the Brit does swap teams it will provide an “opportunity” for Mercedes.
Both Mercedes and Toto Wolff will reportedly remain in Formula 1 for the long-term with the latter set to commit his future to the Brackley squad along with Lewis Hamilton.