In the round-up: Bottas impressed by Zhou’s lack of errors • Fluid loss impairs concentration in Singapore – Gasly • Mercedes “not far away” – Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton says it’s not good for Formula 1 when drivers win the world championship long before the end of the season.
Mercedes have extended their title sponsorship and technical agreement with Petronas with a new contract lasting until 2029.
Red Bull expect Mercedes will be strong in Singapore. Can they finally win and put Verstappen’s title celebrations on hold? Here’s this weekend’s talking points.
Lewis Hamilton will start this weekend’s Italian Grand Prix from the back of the grid as Mercedes are planning to change his power unit.
Mercedes say cutting their straight-line speed deficit to Red Bull will be one of their goals with next year’s car design.
Mercedes’ strategy simulations indicated Lewis Hamilton had a chance to win the Dutch Grand Prix had it not been disrupted by a Virtual Safety Car period.
Lewis Hamilton says his car’s varying performance is like “mood swings”, but his team understand why they weren’t competitive at Spa.
Mercedes believe they’re in stronger shape for this weekend’s race at Zandvoort but don’t expect to repeat the pole position they scored at the Hungaroring.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto expressed concerns over F1’s cost cap following rumours Red Bull will introduce a lighter chassis, which the team denied.
Mercedes’ decision on what direction to take with major parts of its 2023 Formula 1 car need to come “in the next weeks” says Toto Wolff
Mercedes have revealed Lewis Hamilton hit the ground with a force of 45G following his opening-lap contact with Fernando Alonso at Spa.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff says their huge performance swings in last weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix show they are suffering “non-correlation” between design and reality with their 2022 car.
George Russell is hopeful Mercedes’ unexpectedly poor Belgian Grand Prix performance will prove their “worst race” of the season.
George Russell believes second place in both championships ahead of their rivals Ferrari is a “realistic” goal for Mercedes.
Lewis Hamilton said Mercedes lacked pace on the first day of practice at Spa-Francorchamps, but that was not unexpected given their form on Fridays this year.
Lewis Hamilton says he remains committed to Formula 1 and is convinced he can score a win this year before the season is over.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff is not convinced the team’s strong performance in recent races shows they are on the cusp of fighting for wins.
Lewis Hamilton’s DRS failure in qualifying yesterday may have cost him a chance to win the Hungarian Grand Prix, says Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff.
The FIA has received medical data which shows why it must act to reduce ‘porpoising’, Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff has said.