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Lewis Hamilton

Lauda concerned with current Mercedes lack ...

Sep 24, 2015No Comments

Ahead of the Japanese grand prix, Niki Lauda has admitted to some concern about Mercedes’ mysterious performance slump just days ago in Singapore. Theories –

McLaren Pitwall

McLaren goes to Honda’s HQ to discuss...

Sep 24, 2015No Comments

McLaren is holding so-called ‘crisis talks’ ahead of struggling Honda’s home grand prix in Japan. This week, team boss Eric Boullier has been at Sakura,

Mercedes W06

Mercedes F06 was not designed for Singapore

Sep 24, 2015No Comments

Mercedes sounded a little wiser on Thursday about its mysterious performance slump of Singapore. Although just a few days of head-scratching and analysis have passed

Lewis Hamilton

Hamilton has ‘no confidence’ of...

Sep 23, 2015No Comments

Lewis Hamilton was giving mixed messages this week in the wake of Mercedes’ mysterious Singapore slump. The otherwise-dominant German squad was suddenly slower not only

Mika Hakkinen

Hakkinen sympathises with Mercedes’ S...

Sep 23, 2015No Comments

Mika Hakkinen says Mercedes’ performance problem of Singapore is perhaps not as unique as it seemed. The otherwise-dominant team’s sudden slump on the floodlit streets

Nico Rosberg

Team orders might be used by Mercedes

Sep 23, 2015No Comments

After Mercedes’ mysterious performance slump of Singapore, boss Toto Wolff is no longer ruling out team orders. Earlier, Wolff said he would continue to allow

Singapore GP 2015

Red Bull is pressuring Ferrari for engine d...

Sep 23, 2015No Comments

Red Bull is stepping up its F1 quit threat by putting pressure on the sport’s authorities, and potential supplier Ferrari. At present, the energy drink

Niki Lauda

Red Bull did not push for Mercedes power &#...

Sep 22, 2015No Comments

Red Bull did not push hard for a supply of Mercedes engines, the German team’s chairman and F1 legend Niki Lauda says. Obviously splitting with