Mercedes “within striking distance” – Brawn

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Ross Brawn believes Mercedes are “within striking distance” of the championship leaders. He expects to cut their deficit with an upgrade package at next week’s European Grand Prix: Looking ahead to Valencia, the circuit is similar to Montreal in many ways with long straights connected by slow corners which should suit our car. We have … Continue reading Mercedes “within striking distance” – Brawn

Schumacher slumps to 11th as Rosberg takes points (Mercedes race review)

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Michael Schumacher’s move on Felipe Massa came under scrutiny after the Canadian Grand Prix – but the stewards rightly concluded the Mercedes driver had done nothing wrong. The same goes for his early dice with Robert Kubica, although that left him with a puncture which compromised his race. Meanwhile team mate Nico Rosberg had a … Continue reading Schumacher slumps to 11th as Rosberg takes points (Mercedes race review)

Mercedes focus on top speed for Canada

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Mercedes are aiming for a better straight-line performance from their W01 in the Canadian Grand Prix. The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve is reputed for being a circuit where straight-line speed is crucial for a quick lap. Michael Schumacher said: The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve is all about top speed so we have worked very hard on this, … Continue reading Mercedes focus on top speed for Canada

Turkish GP team-by-team: Mercedes

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With Ferrari struggling, Mercedes were the third-fastest team around Istanbul, though a long way off Red Bull and McLaren. Michael Schumacher Nico Rosberg Qualifying position 5 6 Qualifying time comparison (Q3) 1’26.857 (-0.095) 1’26.952 Race position 4 5 Average race lap 1’32.392 (-0.02) 1’32.412 Laps 58/58 58/58 Pit stops 1 1 You need to upgrade … Continue reading Turkish GP team-by-team: Mercedes

Schumacher’s Monaco penalty will stand after Mercedes withdraw appeal

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Mercedes have withdrawn their appeal against Michael Schumacher’s penalty in the Monaco Grand Prix. However they described Schumacher’s penalty as “disproportionate” and said the FIA has agreed to discuss the terms of article 40.13 under which Schumacher was punished. They added they were supportive of drivers having a role on the stewards’ panel. Damon Hill, … Continue reading Schumacher’s Monaco penalty will stand after Mercedes withdraw appeal

Schumacher: we can still fight for title

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Chinese GP racepreparation in pictures Michael Schumacher says he can still fight for the world championship despite having only scored nine points in the first three races. Schumacher believes the new points system introduced this year will help him get back in touch with the leaders – if Mercedes can develop the W01 quickly enough. … Continue reading Schumacher: we can still fight for title

Malaysian GP team-by-team: Mercedes

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Last year’s constructors’ champions enjoyed a largely failure-free 2009 – but Michael Schumacher’s race was ended by an unusual failure in Sepang. Michael Schumacher Nico Rosberg Qualifying position 8 2 Qualifying time comparison (Q3) 1’51.717 (+1.044) 1’50.673 Race position 3 Average race lap 1’43.576 (+2.828) 1’40.749 Laps 9/56 56/56 Pit stops 0 1 Michael Schumacher … Continue reading Malaysian GP team-by-team: Mercedes

Schumacher: “We want to win the titles”

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Michael Schumacher says he and the Mercedes Grand Prix team are aiming to win both championships this year. In an interview on his official website Schumacher said: The constellation we have here is pretty unique – with Ross and his world championship winning team, with the know-how of Mercedes, with the best engine at the … Continue reading Schumacher: “We want to win the titles”