Posts Tagged "Mercedes"

The Monaco Grand Prix was Formula One’s most boring ever, according to world champions Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso.

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The image of a forlorn Valtteri Bottas after retiring from the Azerbaijan Grand Prix will be a stand-out in 2018 as one of the most significant moments in Formula One this year.

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Formula One’s off-season purgatory is finally over, and with preseason testing starting only last night, fans can remain optimistic that this will be the year their team and that their driver will hit the jackpot.

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Lewis Hamilton, with four world championship stars now painted on his race helmet, smashed the Interlagos track record as Mercedes dominated the opening Brazilian Grand Prix practice.

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“It might be tempting to think that with both championships now secure the pressure is off,” Mercedes boss Toto Wolff said ahead of the Brazilian Grand Prix. “But that couldn’t be further from the truth.”

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The inevitable discord concerning Formula One’s future has surfaced no sooner than the proposed regulations from 2021 were revealed to manufacturers, highlighting that self-preservation remains at the forefront of consideration.

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In what might be their most rewarding season yet, Mercedes AMG have for the fourth consecutive year clinched the Formula One constructor’s championship – this time with three races to spare.

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Mercedes would have you believe they’re in the midst of a performance slump, though in reality it’s confined to Valtteri Bottas’ relatively underwhelming return since the Belgian Grand Prix.

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Reigning world champions Mercedes AMG are certainly not getting their hopes high ahead of the Singapore Grand Prix, admitting ahead of the race that it will be “more difficult.”

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“Firstly, Mercedes power is definitely better than Ferrari power,” an overjoyed Lewis Hamilton gleefully told the throngs of Ferrari faithful beneath the Italian Grand Prix podium.

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The rhetoric has belied the reality that Valtteri Bottas is more than a number two driver, and the Finn’s victory at the Austrian Grand Prix has forced those in denial to acknowledge his title credentials.

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Mercedes could yet pull out of Formula One in the foreseeable future, though Toto Wolff’s repudiation of Eddie Jordan’s latest prophecy demonstrates the humanity which remains in a sport driven by relentless speculation at the media’s behest.

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Three victories from six starts is a great deal more than Ferrari has achieved in recent seasons, and the Italian marque has an opportunity to seize the narrative with victory at this weekend’s Canadian Grand Prix.

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The opening race of Formula One’s new era delivered a pleasantly surprising outcome, yet many departed Melbourne lamenting the racing spectacle as teams and drivers adapted to the overhauled regulations.

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There is no skipping around the fact Mercedes dominated the 2016 F1 season.

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Valtteri Bottas has secured the most highly-sought after driver’s seat in Formula One as he heads into the 2017 season with Mercedes and a fired up Lewis Hamilton.

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Ladies and gentlemen, Pascal Wehrlein is leaving the Manor Mercedes Formula One Team to join Sauber for 2017.

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Just when you thought there was nothing left to be squeezed out of the 2016 season, Mercedes might be about to buy Lewis Hamilton a fully-fledged Finnish garage-mate in the form of Valtteri Bottas.

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For the third year in succession, Formula One was dominated by behemoth Mercedes, which conquered all before it without giving rivals a chance.

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It’s wonderfully ironic that Nico Rosberg’s championship victory has proved less exciting than his subsequent retirement.

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