Toto Wolff has stressed his Mercedes team have full faith in Valtteri Bottas despite win draught in 2018. During the interview, he constantly...
Mercedes AMG F1
Mercedes-Benz started participating in the Formula One in the 50's. Argentinian racing legend Juan Manuel Fangio won two championships for Mercedes in the fifties in '54 and '55, but after, the German carmakers were absent from F1 for a long time. In 2013, Mercedes-Benz was renamed Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport and they were based in Brackley in the UK. They've won every championship since 2014, with Lewis Hamilton winning three and Nico Rosberg stealing one in 2016.
|Team Name||Mercedes AMG F1|
|Team Leader||Toto Wolff|
|Technical Leader||James Allison|
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Wolff: Mercedes has to remain "ambitious"
Toto Wolff insists that despite Mercedes' run of dominance since 2014, the team cannot afford to become complacent. The Silver Arrows won their...
"Nothing dramatic" - Mercedes play down reported engine setback
Aldo Costa, Mercedes' engineering director, has played down the reports of Mercedes' new engine having underwhelmed, as Costa assured the problems...
Lewis Hamilton nominated for BBC Sports Personality
Lewis Hamilton has been nominated for BBC Sports Personality of the year following his fifth World Championship crown.
Baku debris lowpoint of Mercedes' 2018
It was a tough year for Valtteri Bottas after the Finn failed to win a race and was so cruelly denied in Baku.
Mercedes reveal Hamilton's "secret" fitting for '19
Mercedes have revealed Lewis Hamilton's "secret" seat fitting for his car for next season, as he looks to win his third successive world title.
"Verstappen needs to be Hamilton-level of consistent"
Max Verstappen needs to be more consistent if he's going to challenge Lewis Hamilton in the title race in 2019, according to Merecdes engineering...
Watch: A look back on Hamilton's first year with Mercedes
Lewis Hamilton won his fifth world title and his fourth with Mercedes. ut back in 2013 when he'd just signed for the German team things were...
Mercedes using psycholigist
Mercedes have been the front-runners in Formula 1 over the last 5 years but even then they still strive to be better and have employed psychologists...
Wolff on Schumacher F1 chances: "Maybe one day with us"
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff believes European Formula 3 champion Mick Schumacher has the ability to succeed in Formula 1.
Arrivabene tells Vettel to be stronger and fight more next season
Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene has told Sebastian Vettel to be a stronger fighter in 2019. He jokingly tells his driver to bring "elbow pads"...
Verstappen not currently at Hamilton's level
Max Verstappen is not operating at Lewis Hamilton's level quite yet according to Mercedes engineering director Aldo Costa. The Dutchman has impressed...
Wolff highlights turning point in title race
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has highlighted the turning point in the Silver Arrows' double in the 2018 season.
"Hamilton has it easier than me" - Verstappen
Max Verstappen believes it is "easier" for Lewis Hamilton to impress when the whole team revolves around him and he has the quickest car to drive.
Hamilton not keen on Formula 1 role post racing retirement
Lewis Hamilton insists he wants to make new ventures following the conclusion of his racing career. The five-time world champion said he would...
Toto Wolff believes that we have seen a 'new Lewis'
In previous campaigns, Hamilton hadn't won a race after winning the world title, very different to this year.
Hakkinen confident "mega quick" Bottas will recover from poor 2018
Two-time champion Mika Hakkinen has confidence that his fellow countryman Valtteri Bottas will recover from his very disappointing 2018 season,...
Vettel: Ferrari lack pace in "too many races"
Sebastian Vettel says Ferrari must fix the lack of pace in "too many" races next season if they are to go on and beat Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes next season.
Toto Wolff left feeling impressed with step-up from Bottas in 2018
Toto Wolff believes Valtteri Bottas demonstrated a step-up from his debut season at Mercedes in 2018. He claims the Finn should have been leading...
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