Mercedes COO Rob Thomas says the team deployed a “task force” to make sure their workers are safe when racing resumes.
Formula 1 officially announced the start of the 2020 season. The season will start on July 5 in Austria and additional seven races have been confirmed.
After Lewis Hamilton publicly called out Formula 1 for not raising their voice on racial injustice, Mercedes stepped in to support their team-mate.
Motorsport.com reports that Mercedes is opposed to FIA’s proposal of introducing reverse-grid qualifying races when F1 returns.
Lewis Hamilton has called out fellow F1 drivers for “staying silent” regarding the murder of George Floyd and the worldwide protests that ensued.
Mercedes’ Chief Operating Officer Rob Thomas was a guest on the new installment of the team’s “In conversation with” series.
Mercedes F1 Power Unit Director Hywel Thomas explains why F1 cars use petrol, how similar is F1 fuel to road car fuel and more.
Double world champion and former McLaren Mercedes driver Mika Häkkinen says Valtteri Bottas is “better than ever”.
Mercedes denied rumours that it plans to exit Formula 1 as a works team, as well as rumours of a takeover by Toto Wolff and Lawrence Stroll.
In the new installment of Mercedes’ Retro Race Review, Motorsport Strategy Director James Vowles talks about the 2015 US Grand Prix.