In the round-up: Too early to tell if TD hurt Red Bull – Wolff • Lawson praised by rivals after first Q3 • ‘Active F1 driver’ to race Daytona 24 Hours
Mercedes will not “cry foul” over Red Bull’s domination of the 2023 season despite suffering due to past rules changes, says team principal Toto Wolff.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff described Max Verstappen’s record-breaking achievement of winning 10 consecutive races as “irrelevant”.
George Russell says he has turned around his recent dip in qualifying form by accepting the limits of his car’s performance.
Lewis Hamilton said there’s “nothing easy” about Mercedes’ car after qualifying eighth on the grid for the Italian Grand Prix.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff has urged Formula 1’s stewards to be more diligent when it comes to applying penalties for impeding in qualifying.
Lewis Hamilton says he is “very close” to agreeing a new contract to remain at Mercedes but it may not be signed until the end of the year.
What were two of the most powerful figures in Formula 1 discussing in Silverstone? Can you come up with the best caption for this picture?
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff says the team will wind down work on its “Diva 2.0” car soon and reconsider Red Bull’s sidepod solution.
Formula 1 teams should operate along the lines of American sports franchises where newcomers must buy a team to enter, says Mercedes’ Toto Wolff.
Lewis Hamilton’s worst result since 2022 and a pace downturn that confused the team from practice raised many questions for Mercedes at the Austrian GP
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff explained why he took the unusual step of speaking to Lewis Hamilton twice on the radio during yesterday’s Austrian Grand Prix.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner is trying to “kill” Formula 1’s new engine rules for the 2026 season, according to his Mercedes rival Toto Wolff.
Mick Schumacher had a tough second year in F1, which left him without a 2023 seat. Mercedes may praise him a lot, but can he find a race seat?
Toto Wolff says Mercedes are enjoying more success than they have had for a “long time” thanks to their upgrades package.
Mercedes reserve driver Mick Schumacher has been praised for his role in the team’s recent upswing in form.
In the round-up: Home podium ‘possible but tough’ says Stroll • Daly losing drive shows sport is “brutal” – Hunter-Reay • Imola trophies auctioned for charity
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff expects to sign a new contract with Lewis Hamilton within a matter of days.
Mercedes believe they can develop their W14 into a more competitive car once they are satisfied their change in concept has been successful.
In the round-up: Aston Martin’s pursuit of works Honda deal no reflection on Mercedes – Wolff • Sargeant still adjusting to F1 • No DRS change for Spanish GP