Sebastian Vettel expects a step forward from the Red Bull Formula 1 team in this weekend’s Chinese Grand Prix, but accepts Mercedes is out of reach
Jenson Button has conceded that Mercedes are likely to be uncatchable for at least the first half of the 2014 campaign.
Jenson Button has played down the size of Mercedes’ advantage but also believes it would be “very impressive” if any team was able to catch them before the midway point in 2014
Nico Rosberg says he and Mercedes Formula 1 team-mate Lewis Hamilton plan ‘clear the air’ talks to ensure their fierce Bahrain Grand Prix lead battle did not leave any animosity.
Thursday FIA press conference from China with Adrian Sutil (Sauber), Sergio Perez (Force India), Esteban Gutierrez (Sauber), Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull Racing), Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) and Fernando Alonso (Ferrari).
Thursday FIA press conference from China with Adrian Sutil (Sauber), Sergio Perez (Force India), Esteban Gutierrez (Sauber), Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull Racing), Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) and Fernando Alonso (Ferrari).
Lewis Hamilton believes Formula One still has some issues to address this year despite putting on a thriller of a race two weeks ago in Bahrain
Drivers – Adrian Sutil (Sauber), Sergio Perez (Force India), Esteban Gutierrez (Sauber), Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull Racing), Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes), Fernando Alonso (Ferrari) Q: Daniel, some bad news earlier on at the start of this week for you, what was your reaction to that
After their electrifying battle for the lead in Bahrain just under two weeks ago, Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg go into the 2014 Formula 1 UBS Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai with victory on their minds once more. The question is, if, as expected, Mercedes emerge as the pacesetters again, which one of their drivers will get the upper hand
After a scintillating, breathless race in Bahrain, the F1 community travels east once more for the fourth round of the 2014 FIA Formula One World Championship. Those involved in the 2014 Formula 1 UBS Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai discuss their prospects for the event
Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff believes the right ingredients put together over the last few years have finally turned the team into title contenders this season.
Lewis Hamilton says he is hoping to develop an “edge” over Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg during the early stages of the season.
As we head into fourth race of the F1 season – the Chinese GP – Daniel Johnson looks at the five key talking points
In-form Lewis Hamilton is to appear in Thursday’s Drivers’ Press Conference in Shanghai ahead of his attempts to secure a hat-trick of victories for the first time in his F1 career this weekend.
Lewis Hamilton is on top of his game and has everything in place to challenge for his second Formula One championship, according to Mercedes chief Paddy Lowe.
Nico Rosberg says Mercedes is “pushing harder than ever” to maintain its advantage at the front of the F1 field after three dominant victories
Hamilton bouyed after hard-fought victory at Bahrain GP Mercedes driver going for third win in a row in ChinaLewis Hamilton is hoping his recent victory in …
Paddy Lowe: “Our confidence in this car continues to grow”
Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton previews the 2014 Chinese Grand Prix around the spectacular Shanghai International Circuit.
Toto Wolff: “It’s up to us to keep raising the bar”
Daniel Ricciardo believes Red Bull can establish themselves as the leaders of the pack this season behind the dominant Mercedes pair…
Daniel Ricciardo is keen for Red Bull to be the lead team chasing Mercedes at this weekend’s Chinese Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton aims to win his third consecutive race in China while Nico Rosberg is happy to return to the circuit where he won his first Grand Prix…
Ferrari Engineering Director Pat Fry has admitted that the Maranello team’s target this season is to finish as the best of the rest behind Mercedes…
Toto Wolff admits success is now an expectation at Mercedes, such is its advantage over the rest of the F1 field at present
Ferrari is looking at all areas of its F14 T to try to find ways to establish itself as the best of the rest behind Mercedes
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has called on his team not to become complacent following its dominant start to the season
Mercedes Executive Director Paddy Lowe believes Lewis Hamilton is currently driving as well as he has at any other time during his Formula One career…
Andrew Benson looks at the Mercedes engine innovation that is key to keeping Lewis Hamilton on top in Formula 1 this season
Lewis Hamilton is driving as well as at any time in his career, according to Mercedes co-team boss Paddy Lowe.
Lewis Hamilton is revelling in the ‘positive energy’ at Mercedes as he targets a hat-trick of consecutive victories at Sunday’s Chinese Grand Prix.
Nico: “I want to be back on that top step”
Lewis: “Three in a row would be incredible!”
Gillette, the world’s leading male grooming brand, is enhancing its collaboration with McLaren Mercedes, one of the most prestigious and successful teams in F1 history. The two brands are extending their partnership to bring to life an innovative marketing campaign focused on Precision Engineering.  The partnership covers the Europe, Middle East and Africa.
After experiencing their least competitive showing of the season in Bahrain, Ferrari’s engineering director Pat Fry has said that the team’s short-term priority is to establish themselves as the second-best team in F1 racing – not to catch runaway championship leaders Mercedes. Following the race in Sakhir, in which Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen claimed ninth and tenth places respectively
Red Bull have confirmed that Mercedes are the only team that is seeking additional sanction for the Milton Keynes outfit over their appeal of Daniel Ricciardo’s Australia Grand Prix disqualification.
After a scintillating, breathless race in Bahrain, the F1 community travels east once more for the fourth round of the 2014 FIA Formula One World Championship. Those involved in the 2014 Formula 1 UBS Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai discuss their prospects for the event
The Mercedes AMG team today announced the departure of Bob Bell as the team's technical director, following a spell of 2.5 years at the team. Paddy Lowe will take over Bell's responsibilities.
Mercedes has called for Red Bull to be given further punishment on top of Daniel Ricciardo’s exclusion from the Australian Grand Prix, with Formula 1′s ruling body set to deliver its verdict tomorrow.
Mercedes technical director Bob Bell will leave the team in November after three years working for the team.
Red Bull is likely to learn the outcome of its appeal on Tuesday following the conclusion of proceedings in Paris, with Mercedes calling for an additional suspended penalty
Mercedes confirmed on Monday that Technical Director Bob Bell is to leave the team with joint boss Paddy Lowe taking over his role.
Bob Bell is to leave Mercedes at the end of November this year after resigning from his position of technical director
Mercedes’ technical director Bob Bell will leave his job at the end of the current season with the “intention of pursuing new challenges outside the company”
Mercedes have announced that Technical Director Bob Bell is to leave the team. According to the team Bell “resigned his position in December 2013 and will leave the team at the end of November 2014, with the intention of pursuing new challenges outside the company”.
Mercedes’ technical director Bob Bell will leave the Formula 1 team at the end of this season.
On a day of far-reaching consequences for several F1 teams, Mercedes have announced that Bob Bell is to leave his position as technical director…
Mercedes has confirmed that technical director Bob Bell will leave the team in November, having tendered his resignation last December. His departure will streamline an organisation that has looked a little top heavy on the technical side, especially now that … Continue reading →
Mercedes has announced that technical director Bob Bell will leave his position at the end of the season. Paddy Lowe, executive director (technical) at the team, will assume Bell’s duties as part of a streamlining of the technical organisation