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On driving old race cars, the best part of his job, life after F1, and more
Check out Mercedes-AMG’s unit
If either of the Mercedes-AMG F1 drivers crash this year, and lob their detachable steering wheel out of the car in frustration, then spare a thought for the intricate piece of space-age equipment that's just been petulantly wanged into
The new season kicks off next month. Keep an eye out for these mini-battles
Ferrari's protégé Charles Leclerc replaces Kimi Raikkonen. Big shoes to fill, but if any of the new young guns can do it, Leclerc's the one. His stunning drive in Baku to sixth place in a Sauber was the making
New wings here, new sponsors there—this is the class of 2019
Internet, say hello to the Formula 1 grid of 2019. Although if somebody told us that last year's cars had all just driven through a paint factory, we'd struggle to prove them wrong.The rule changes for 2019 have been
Will it bring a sixth consecutive championship for the team?
Last year, soon after claiming both Formula 1 drivers' and constructors' championships for the fifth consecutive season, Mercedes-AMG took a family photo of the five cars with which it has conquered the sport's turbo-hybrid era. That photo represents the
Chainsaw rhapsody? Attack of the angry bees? You decide
To paraphrase the Wu-Tang Clan's Method Man, it appears the killer bees are on the swarm, and it doesn't appear to be safe anymore. This, ladies and gentlemen, is the sound of the new Mercedes-AMG F1 car for
Mercedes-AMG gathers its championship-winning F1 cars from 2014 to 2018
Mercedes-AMG won its fifth consecutive Formula 1 constructors' title at the Brazilian GP. A few weeks back, Lewis Hamilton took his fourth drivers' championship with the team (and the fifth of his career) in Mexico. This can only mean one thing:
A recap on one of the most enthralling F1 seasons we’ve had for a long time
Did Ferrari lose the 2018 Formula 1 driver's championship, or did Lewis Hamilton win it?As ever, much depends on how you feel about Lewis Hamilton. On Sunday night, while my Twitter timeline was generating the sort of appreciation you might
Verstappen wins in Mexico, but it’s Hamilton who takes the top honors
He's surpassed his racing idol, Ayrton Senna. He's beaten the great rival of his era, Sebastian Vettel. And now, he's matched the 'Godfather' of Formula 1, the great Juan Manuel Fangio.Yes, Lewis Hamilton is now a five-time
Its 2017 car sure looks the part
It's always said in Formula 1 that a car will always be beautiful so long as it's fast. But if this were a beauty contest, then the all-new Mercedes W08 for the 2017 season appears to have the early
Hamilton takes championship lead
With 10 races left on the calendar, the driver standings shift toward the other Mercedes driver. It's the kind of situation that a racing team both relishes and worries about. Here are the highlights from the Hungarian Grand Prix.1. Lewis
Rosberg dominates as crashes abound
The venues may change, but only one winner seems to emerge in each race. Nico Rosberg widens his lead, while the frustration of those who want to usurp him, including his teammate Lewis Hamilton, continues to grow. Here are the highlights from
3 wins in a row for Nico Rosberg
Can Nico Rosberg be stopped before he starts another German dynasty? From the way his competitors keep stumbling, things are looking good for the Mercedes driver. Here are the highlights from Shanghai.1. Rosberg has a massive lead. The Mercedes driver stayed
Rosberg finds his stride too late
Nico Rosberg's fifth win this season really gets us thinking that if he'd only managed such performances earlier this year, watching the Brazilian Grand Prix would've been much more worth missing out on precious sleep.The German driver--now
For once, Rosberg emerges dominant
It has been over two decades since the last Mexican Grand Prix was held at the historic Hermanos Rodriguez Autodrome. While the infamous near-300kph Peraltada--now called the Mansell Corner--has been neutered in the name of safety, the bumpy, slippery
Get your Red Bull ready!
We've now reached the 18th round of the 2015 Formula 1 season, and some of you may be wondering why we still need to watch this race, when Lewis Hamilton already won the drivers' championship by technical knockout back at the
Lewis Hamilton bags 2015 championship
This tweet by Mercedes best sums up the crazy and eventful United States Grand Prix:There are no words left for this race... #F1 #USGPIf you put together all the incidents, overtakes, lead changes and strategy battles that happened over the course
Will Lewis Hamilton win the title here?
Looking back at the season, we could say Lewis Hamilton has managed to have one hand wrapped tightly around the 2015 drivers' trophy since the Hungarian Grand Prix, when Nico Rosberg failed to capitalize on the Briton's erratic race and made
Mercedes wins constructors' title
One title down, one more to go.With four races left to run, Mercedes is racing toward a conclusion that has seemed inevitable from well before halfway through the season.Initially, it looked like Lewis Hamilton and the Silver Arrows would have
Hamilton now leads by 48 points
Despite missing out on pole when Saturday qualifying was red-flagged in the final minutes due to Daniil Kvyat's massive crash, Lewis Hamilton made an aggressive start from P2 to nab the lead from Nico Rosberg and win the Japanese GP.
Inspired by Mercedes AMG Petronas
One of the reasons car manufacturers get involved in auto racing is technology advancement, using motorsports to test and perfect systems that eventually trickle down to the company's production models. Another reason is image enhancement, using racetrack competitiveness to provide a
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