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Norbert Haug

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German GP demise ‘serious’ for ...

Mar 31, 2015No Comments

Norbert Haug has lamented the demise of Germany’s historic grand prix. “It does not send the right signals about the car industry in Germany,” the

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Haug convinced that will see a "close ...

May 06, 2014No Comments

Former Mercedes chief Norbert Haug is predicting a “close duel” between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg in 2014. Haug’s German countryman Rosberg is currently leading

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Ricciardo beating Vettel "surprise of ...

Apr 21, 2014No Comments

Upping the power of the RB10’s Renault ‘power unit’ is no longer the only problem at Red Bull. The reigning world champion team is now

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Haug returns to motorsport with Mercedes DT...

Mar 12, 2014No Comments

Norbert Haug is returning to motor racing. Having lost his role as Mercedes’ motor sport chief, the 61-year-old found a new job at a German

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Haug tips Mercedes to fight for the title i...

Sep 11, 2013No Comments

Beating Red Bull to the world championship will now be “virtually impossible” for rival teams, former Mercedes boss Norbert Haug admits. But the 60-year-old, who

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Haug admits Mercedes defeats led to F1 depa...

Dec 19, 2012No Comments

Norbert Haug has admitted he is stepping down due to Mercedes’ lack of success as a works team since 2010. But in an interview with

Axing Schumacher was not easy insists Norbe...

Oct 03, 2012No Comments

Responding to criticism in the German press, Norbert Haug says Mercedes decided to oust Michael Schumacher after the seven time world champion’s "long period of

Mercedes at the heart of Singapore’s spec...

Sep 22, 2012No Comments

Mercedes is right at the heart of swirling speculation under Singapore’s lights. And it’s not all about Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton. German sources Auto