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.
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
The Mercedes AMG Formula One Team today announced that Bob Bell is to leave his position as Technical Director. Bob 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 is seeking an increased sanction for Red Bull during the appeal over Daniel Ricciardo s exclusion from the Australian Grand Prix
Mercedes’ lawyers have labelled Red Bull’s actions in Australia as a “flagrant breach” of the rules during Monday’s hearing in Paris…
Mario Andretti says Mercedes are right to let their drivers race and that Ferrari risk losing Fernando Alonso unless they up the pace…
Eric Boullier believes that McLaren are capable of catching Mercedes this season, despite the Brackley team’s dominant form this year…
Eric Boullier says there are a lot of areas that McLaren can work on and improve and he believes the gap to Mercedes is not insurmountable
Toto Wolff maintains that Mercedes will continue to allow its drivers access to each other’s data, even though they are likely to fight for the title…
3D animation showing how the new Mercedes-Benz PU106A Hybrid Power Unit works…
Toto Wolff insists Mercedes will continue to share information between both sides of the garage even if Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg fight for the title all season
Mercedes insists it will not change its policy of allowing its drivers to look at each other’s data, despite the likelihood that they will be fighting for the Formula 1 title.
Mercedes executive director Paddy Lowe believes Formula One’s rule makers should enforce harsher penalties on teams that fail to comply with the new fuel regulations, rather than changing the rules to help them…
Mercedes Executive Director Technical Paddy Lowe has hit back at those calling for changes to the F1 regulations describing the idea as “absurd”.
A look back in pictures at the 2014 F1 Bahrain Grand Prix, where Lewis Hamilton won after a thrilling fight with Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg…
Mercedes says Formula 1′s chiefs should be pushing to make life tougher for teams with the new fuel rules, rather than considering tweaks to help out those who are struggling
Lewis Hamilton admitted that he is looking forward to working on more improving his Mercedes ahead of the Chinese Grand Prix later this month…
Paddy Lowe rejects tinkering with fuel loads and race distance ‘I hope we can put all this ridiculous talk in F1 behind us’Mercedes have described as "absurd" the possibility …
Daniel Johnson: F1 loves a good soap opera and there are so many factors and subplots at play in the intriguing Mercedes team rivalry
2014 Bahrain in-season test: April 8-9, 2014 PIRELLI COMPLETES FIRST IN-SEASON TEST USING 2014 CARS CATERHAM, MERCEDES AND WILLIAMS EACH DEVOTE A DAY OF TESTING TO PIRELLI, TRYING OUT TYRES FOR 2015 HAMILTON SETS FASTEST TIME ON NEW PIRELLI EXPERIMENTAL TYRE Sakhir, 9 aprile 2014 – Pirelli has completed the first in-season test using the current 2014 cars: an innovation for this year designed to help the Italian tyre-maker develop suitable tyres for the latest-generation Formula One cars. A total of eight new constructions and six new compounds were tested during the two days: split between Caterham on Tuesday then Mercedes and Williams on Wednesday. Only one variable was tested at a time, so if a new compound was being tested, then the construction would be the current one (and vice versa).
McLaren Mercedes driver Jenson Button is the most experienced driver on the 2014 F1 grid
Lewis Hamilton kept Mercedes AMG ahead at the second day of testing at Bahrain. After Nico Rosberg topped the times yesterday, Hamilton completed another 120 trouble free laps for his team.
Lewis Hamilton ended the first in-season test of the season almost 1.5 seconds clear of his rivals as Ferrari were forced to call an early halt to their final day with a damaged chassis. Mercedes spent the day tyre testing for Pirelli and Hamilton’s best time came in the morning session when he posted a lap of 1:36.164. That was good enough to stand for the rest of the day, with Toro Rosso’s Jean-Eric Vergne second with a lap of 1:35.557
Lewis Hamilton keeps the dominant Mercedes at the top of the timesheets as F1 comes to a conclusion in Bahrain.
Lewis Hamilton kept Mercedes on top as the first of this year’s four in-season tests concluded in Bahrain. The Briton finished a comfortable 1.4 seconds clear of the field on the second day, although his best time of 1m 34.136s was set on a development tyre – Mercedes having agreed to dedicate the day exclusively to compound work for Pirelli
Mercedes was again the team to beat in Bahrain, as Lewis Hamilton topped the timesheets on the final day of the first Formula 1 in-season test of 2014
Championship leaders claim they would probably have quit F1 if the sport had not adopted new hybrids
After being delivered an excellent car by Mercedes mechanics at the Bahrain Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton can also count on the support of an A-list star.
Running on a new range of development tyres, Lewis Hamilton was fastest on the second and final day of testing in Bahrain as Mercedes maintained their record of being quickest in every timed session in the desert this week.