Mercedes CEO Toto Wolff has clarified comments he made yesterday saying he the team was unlikely to select a team mate for Lewis Hamilton until December at the earliest.
Mercedes CEO Toto Wolff says the team expect a “very difficult” qualifying session, similar to their struggles at Singapore in 2015.
Valtteri Bottas admitted he was surprised by comments made by Mercedes CEO Toto Wolff regarding the pit stop which put him out of the Monaco Grand Prix.
Mercedes CEO Toto Wolff admitted he’d never previously seen anything like the wheel nut failure which ended Valtteri Bottas’ Monaco Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton admitted Mercedes had not performed at the level they were capable of after finishing seventh in Monaco and losing the lead of the championship.
Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas were impressed by Ferrari’s pace after their rivals ended Thursday practice fastest in Monaco.
Max Verstappen has led almost twice as many laps as Lewis Hamilton this year, so why isn’t he leading the championship fight?
RaceFans spoke to Red Bull CEO Christian Horner about why Mercedes was the “obvious” place for it to hire staff for its new engine division.
Valtteri Bottas described reports he could lose his seat at Mercedes before the end of the season as “bulls***”.
Red Bull’s new Powertrains division has announced five further appointments, most of which will join them from world champions Mercedes.
Mercedes will give Romain Grosjean two opportunities to drive one of their world-championship winning cars next month.
Mercedes CEO Toto Wolff admits the team ‘had a bit of a stupid moment’ by bringing Valtteri Bottas into the pits too early in their bid to score the fastest lap bonus point.
Mercedes junior driver George Russell has accepted team CEO Toto Wolff’s view that he raced too hard against one of his cars when he collided with Valtteri Bottas in the Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix.
Mercedes’ former technical director has revealed the lengths the team went to disguise the scale of their superiority at the beginning of the V6 hybrid turbo engine era.
Mercedes CEO Toto Wolff said Williams driver George Russell shouldn’t have raced as hard as he did against one of his team’s cars.
Red Bull’s newly-formed Formula 1 power unit division, Red Bull Powertrains, has announced a key hiring from rivals Mercedes.
George Russell tells RaceFans how he copes with “massive disappointments”, why social media is “truly worrying”, and why he’s ready to join world champions Mercedes.
“Come on, Valtteri” urged Toto Wolff again as Bottas fell so far behind his team mate he was lapped before the crash which ended his race.
Mercedes CEO Toto Wolff said the team’s technical director James Allison made it clear he isn’t interested in taking over as team principal.
Mercedes technical director James Allison will move into the role of chief technical officer in July, the team has announced.