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Lewis Hamilton set to extend contract with Mercedes

Mercedes have all but confirmed that world champion Lewis Hamilton will continue to drive for them next season. A post on the team’s official Twitter...

Daimler to pay £1.17bn to settle emissions cheating probes in US

Car maker Daimler and subsidiary Mercedes-Benz USA have agreed to pay 1.5 billion dollars (£1.17 billion) to the US government and California state regulators...

Mercedes dragged into Racing Point copycat controversy

Lewis Hamilton’s all-conquering Mercedes team have been dragged into Formula One’s latest ‘cheat’ storm on the eve of the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix at...

Valtteri Bottas to drive for Mercedes again next season

Valtteri Bottas has been retained by Mercedes for 2021. The Finnish driver heads into this weekend’s 70th Anniversary Grand Prix at Silverstone 30 points adrift...

Lockdown left Lewis Hamilton questioning his Formula One future

Lewis Hamilton has admitted to questioning his future in Formula One during the lockdown. The six-time world champion said he had days when he struggled...

Mercedes F1 team ready to start delivering breathing devices to British health workers

The Mercedes F1 team will start delivering breathing devices to the British health service this week. It is part of Formula 1’s Project Pitlane scheme...

Hamilton setback as world champion’s Mercedes breaks down in testing

Lewis Hamilton’s normally reliable Mercedes suffered a rare failure to hamper the six-time champion’s build-up to the new Formula One season. Taking over from team-mate...

Ferrari chief admits Lewis Hamilton has discussed joining them

Ferrari have admitted for the first time that Lewis Hamilton has discussed joining them. Ferrari’s no-nonsense chief executive Louis Camilleri also scuppered any ambition rival...

Hamilton not feeling pressure to make decision about future amid Ferrari talk

Lewis Hamilton says he will not be rushed into a decision about his future after refusing to deny he has already spoken to Ferrari...

Ferrari need to ‘cure their illness’ – Mercedes boss Wolff

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has called on Ferrari to “cure their illness” following the Scuderia’s Hockenheim horror show. Lewis Hamilton will start from pole position...

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