Mercedes agreed for F1 to ease its engine development restrictions because the sport needs more competitive teams. That is the claim of Toto Wolff, after
Mercedes is keen and ready in the event that F1 needs to deploy three-car teams as quickly as 2016. That is the admission of Toto
Two important meetings that will determine Pascal Wehrlein’s future in formula one are now looming. The first is this weekend at Hockenheim, where the young
Nico Rosberg has played down the likelihood that he will have to spend the remainder of the season playing a supporting role for his teammate.
With the late announcement of Kimi Raikkonen’s penalty at Sochi, Mercedes began to celebrate long after the chequered flag. The stewards’ call, after deliberating over
Lewis Hamilton wins the Russian GP with Seb Vettel second and Sergio Perez third. After finishing second Sebastian Vettel also passed Rosberg in the title
Dietrich Mateschitz has now set a target for the end of Red Bull’s current engine crisis, and it is looming fast. “Sometime in late October,”
Toto Wolff has hit back at Red Bull counterpart Christian Horner’s claim that negotiations about a supply of engines for 2016 are back on. Horner