Brundle says if the W13 “was a match for Ferrari and Red Bull you could reasonably argue that Mercedes have the best driver combination on the grid”.
Mika Häkkinen says Lewis Hamilton “was not happy with the strategy his team gave him”, but notes “the safety car was outside their control”.
Toto Wolff says he “wouldn’t discount” Mercedes reverting to the W13’s Barcelona test design, but adds the team is “still committed to the current concept”.
Valtteri Bottas explains what led to him being overtaken by Lewis Hamilton and George Russell in the closing stages of the Miami Grand Prix.
Mark Hughes takes a look at Mercedes’ Miami performance drop, which is “so puzzling, even Mercedes doesn’t understand it”.
After getting P5 and P6 at the Miami Grand Prix, Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff says “there is no ‘happy’ or ‘unhappy’ at the moment”.
Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff says the decision for Lewis Hamilton to pit or not under the safety car, “was probably a 50-50 decision”.
George Russell comments on the lucky break he got with the Safety Car at the Miami Grand Prix, and admits it was “a total fluke”.
Lewis Hamilton, George Russell, Toto Wolff and Trackside Engineering Director Andrew Shovlin give their comments on the Miami Grand Prix.
At the Miami GP Mercedes asked Lewis if he would like to pit for the second time under the Safety Car. He told them they should make that decision.