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Mercedes v Ferrari fight good for Formula 1 says Toto Wolff

Despite admitting that it feels *word too naughty to print* losing to Ferrari, the Mercedes team boss, Toto Wolff has admitted that the new duel between his team and the Italians is “good” for the sport. Already three races into the new season, it’s become obvious that Mercedes are not going to have it all(…)

Hamilton ‘at his best’ with Mercedes, says Toto Wolff

Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff believes Lewis Hamilton is at the top of his game as a Mercedes driver. Despite Hamilton finishing second place to Ferrari rival Sebastian Vettel at the season curtain raiser in Australia, Wolff described the triple World Champion as being “in a league of his own” during practising on Friday and(…)

Rivals have caught up says Mercedes chief

As we head towards the F1 season opener in Australia, Mercedes Head of Motorsport, Toto Wolff, says he believes after a long period of Germanic dominance, their rivals have finally caught up. During pre-season testing, Ferrari lapped almost seven-tenths faster than Mercedes. This is proof Wolff believes, that Melbourne may not be the cake walk(…)

Mick Schumacher on the radar of Mercedes

Mercedes are carefully monitoring Mick Schumacher, after a string of impressive performances in the junior levels of racing. The son of former World Champion Michael – who won seven titles between 1994 and 2004 – finished second in Formula 4 last season, and will make his debut in Formula 3 next season, driving for the(…)

Fernando Alonso could partner Hamilton at Mercedes – Toto Wolff

Mercedes chiefs are weighing up whether to sign Fernando Alonso as a possible replacement for World Champion Nico Rosberg, who has recently announced his retirement from the sport. Should the move happen, it would reunite the two drivers who had a turbulent partnership when they both drove for McLaren back in 2007. Rosberg, 31, shocked(…)

Mercedes’ Toto Wolff: “It’s a really interesting dynamic”

Ahead of the penultimate Grand Prix of the season in Brazil, Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff believes that all is still to play for as Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton battle it out to secure the F1 Driver’s Championship at Rio’s Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace track. Wolff is of the belief that Rosberg is under(…)

Mercedes F1 team has ‘maxed out’ performance

Mercedes motorsport boss, Toto Wolff, believes the team has ‘maxed out’ on performance, under the current F1 regulations. Their third consecutive Constructor’s Championship was secured in Japan, its drivers meanwhile – Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton – are battling it out between themselves to secure the Driver’s World Championship. This year however, has not seen(…)