Christian Horner says he is expecting Red Bull to be a lot closer to Mercedes in the Singapore Grand Prix next weekend
Formula One teams will no longer be able to provide what is tantamount to mobile driving instructions over pit-to-car radio
Toto Wolff says Mercedes are open to the idea of relaxing F1′s engine freeze, dismissing speculation that it could reduce their advantage.
What does the FIA’s new ruling mean for F1?The ban on all radio transmissions that pass on messages to aid driving the car means that drivers will now have a lot more responsibility when it comes to looking after their tyres and fuel usage. Throughout the 2014 season so far, the airwaves have been dominated by chief engineers instructing drivers how to drive the car and where they can make up time in both races and qualifying, as well as the drivers themselves asking for advice as they struggle to get to grips with the new specification cars.
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Nico Rosberg has the right mentality to recover from the mistakes which cost him a chance of victory in last Sunday’s Formula 1 Grand Premio d’Italia 2014, according to Mercedes-Benz’s head of motorsport Toto Wolff. Rosberg twice out-braked himself while leading, with his second error handing a race-winning advantage to team mate and title rival Lewis Hamilton
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VIDEO: Nico Rosberg Unveils the Stunning New Mercedes-AMG GT!
Nico Rosberg Drives the New AMG V8 Sports Car into the Limelight!
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Lewis Presents MSA Road Safety Film Competition Prizes
VIDEO: 192.6 mph at Edinburgh Airport for Race the Runway!
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The MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS F1 W03 makes its #RaceTheRunway debut in spectacular style – recording a terminal speed of 192.6 mph on the auxiliary runway at Edinburgh Airport at the hands of Anthony Davidson! Sponsored by Mercedes-Benz, #RaceTheRunway is run by and benefits the Prince and Princes of Wales Hospice in Glasgow – a great day for a great cause!
Nico Rosberg has called on Formula One fans to ‘forgive and forget’ after being booed on the podium for the second successive race.
After a successful race weekend in Italy Lewis Hamilton is looking to have a big week in the gym as he prepares for the World Championship run-in.
Michael Schumacher has left Lausanne Hospital and will continue his rehabilitation following his skiing accident at home.
Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg hopes Formula 1 fans “forgive” him after he was booed at the last two grands prix.
Mercedes chairman Niki Lauda says Nico Rosberg should not linger on his mistake at the Italian Grand Prix and should be content with second place at Monza
Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff insists that television images that appeared to show him smiling after Nico Rosberg lost the lead in the Italian Grand Prix were not live
The name of former Mercedes technical director Bob Bell has again cropped up in connection with a future role at Ferrari as Marco Mattiacci continues his restructuring programme. Speculation first linked Bell with Maranello when Mercedes announced on April 14 … Continue reading →
Mercedes yesterday poked fun at suggestions they had rigged Lewis Hamilton’s victory over team-mate and title rival Nico Rosberg in Sunday’s Italian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton is hoping his Italian Grand Prix victory has provided him with a launchpad to again reel in Nico Rosberg – but is wary of Mercedes’ technical gremlins returning to haunt him.
Twitter, inevitably, fired the conspiracy that the Italian Grand Prix was fixed for Lewis Hamilton to win. So it was there that Mercedes scotched the idea along with a picture of pigs flying above Northamptonshire.
Mercedes F1′s official Twitter feed post ‘Pigs will fly’ photo in response to suggestions that team orders lead to the Englishman winning Sunday’s race
Luca Di Montezemolo’s tenure as president of Ferrari would appear to be drawing to a close, despite his statements to the contrary during the course of the Italian Grand Prix.
Former F1 world champion Alain Prost says Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg could remain team-mates for three years.
Hamilton: time will tell how psychological battle will go Its the batting average that counts in F1, says Stewart Mercedes: claims against Nico Rosberg are paranoid …
Nico: “I’m disappointed but Lewis drove a great race and he deserved it”
Lewis: “I came to Monza to do a job and I did it, so I’m happy with that”
Valtteri Bottas admitted he might have lost his best chance to beat Mercedes in the 2014 Formula 1 season when a bad start consigned him to fourth in the Italian Grand Prix
Sir Jackie Stewart has had his say on the growing belief that Nico Rosberg deliberately went off to allow Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton to win the Italian Grand Prix and make up for his costly error in Spa that forced the Briton to retire from the race.
Sir Jackie Stewart has had his say on the growing belief that Nico Rosberg deliberately went off to allow Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton to win the Italian Grand Prix and make up for his costly error in Spa that forced the Briton to retire from the race.
Red Bull team boss Christian Horner has defended outgoing champion Sebastian Vettel after another race in which he again played second fiddle to team-mate Daniel Ricciardo.
Toto: “For me it’s important that Mercedes wins – but we want to stay completely neutral”
Toto: “If it had been our idea it would have been bloody well done!”
Nico Rosberg has claimed that he drove off the track to avoid sustaining tyre damage in Sunday’s Italian Grand Prix amid conspiracy theorists believing the race was fixed.
Lewis Hamilton won a controversial Italian Grand Prix that conspiracy theorists believe was rigged by Mercedes. Fans questioned whether Nico Rosberg deliberately drove off the track.
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Despite little indication of a rapprochement between the two Mercedes rivals, Lewis Hamilton has admitted he felt uncomfortable on the Monza podium when Nico Rosberg was booed.
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Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff believes fans are wrong to boo drivers on the podium, after Nico Rosberg was subjected to more jeers following the Italian Grand Prix
Toto Wolff laughed off suggestions that Nico Rosberg’s mistake which handed Lewis Hamilton victory in the Italian GP was, in fact, something more sinister.
While Lewis Hamilton took the plaudits at Monza, team mate and championship leader Nico Rosberg was left kicking himself after a braking error at the first chicane dropped him out of the lead and handed the race to his title rival. Thus, as was the case in Belgium, a minor error had major consequences, though Rosberg did at least follow Hamilton home to record Mercedes’ seventh one-two of the season
Conspiracy theories dominated the back pages of Monday’s papers following Lewis Hamilton’s comeback victory at the Italian Grand Prix.
Nico Rosberg and Toto Wolff have laughed off conspiracy theories suggesting Lewis Hamilton’s Italian Grand Prix triumph was fixed.
Lewis Hamilton won a controversial Italian Grand Prix that conspiracy theorists believe was rigged by Mercedes. Fans questioned whether Nico Rosberg deliberately drove off the track.