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Toto Wolff
Principal: Toto Wolff

Mercedes F1 statistics:

Races158
Drivers' Titles5
Constructors' Titles3
Victories70
Poles81
Podiums90
Points3380
Fastest Laps47
Laps18291
One/two finishes38

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Drivers

 

Mercedes F1 Drivers

Lewis Hamilton 2017


44. Lewis Hamilton

Races198
Drivers' Titles3
Victories57
Poles67
Podiums110
Points2423
Fastest Laps33
Laps11113

Lewis Hamlton helmet 2016
Helmet of Lewis Hamilton

6. Valtteri Bottas

Races88
Race Starts87
Drivers' Titles0
Victories2
Poles2
Podiums16
Points565
Fastest Laps1
Laps4961


Helmet of Valtteri Bottas

 

Achievements Mercedes F1 drivers

DriverRaces1st2nd3rdPodiumsPolesLapsFastestPoints
Germany Nico Rosberg1362324855307524151519
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton8836141161415048221510
Germany Michael Schumacher580011027951197
Germany Karl Kling1201120583117
Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio12811107818581.14
Finland Valtteri Bottas10232725840154
United Kingdom Stirling Moss712031457223
Germany Hans Herrmann60011030919
Italy Piero Taruffi20101013909
France André Simon1000002400
Germany Hermann Lang1000001000

Management

 

Mercedes F1 Team Key Members

Cars

 

Mercedes F1 Cars

History

 

Mercedes F1 History

Michael Schumacher Mercedes W03

Michael Schumacher Mercedes W03 at Monaco

They have the name. They have the history. They had Ross Brawn. They had Michael Schumacher. What more could a new team trying to catapult itself to the top of the tree need? Well, a fast car would help.

When Mercedes bought Constructors champions Brawn GP the grid was on alert immediately. The giant German manufactures finally have their own team for the first time since 1955, and an another great driver at the wheel.

Previously it was Juan Manuel Fangio, now it is Michael Schumacher but sadly the trophy cabinet isn’t as full. With the money that has been pumped into the team, the modern day Mercedes can be deemed little else but disappointing, extremely disappointing.

The team made their debut in 1954 with Fangio and Karl Kling at the wheel, the Argentinian legend switched to Mercedes half way through the season from Maserati, and Fangio won their first race with an emphatic 1-2 finish at the French grands prix. Fangio went on to win three more races to become the champion, Mercedes first and his second. The following season he did it again emphatically winning four of the six races and retained the championship.

Mercedes-Benz W196

Mercedes-Benz W196 driven by Rosberg & Schumacher on the Nordschleife (Nurburgring)

Mercedes, with Fangio at the wheel, were destined to create a legacy as great as Ferrari’s, but a tragic incident at the 1955 Le Man changed that. Mercedes driver Pierre Levagh and over 80 spectators died and led to the cancellations of many grand’s prix. At the end of the 1955 season Mercedes pulled out of the sport.

Unfortunately Micheal Schumacher was not able use his magic for the same goal as he did with Ferrari and made some succes but not enough. However engine deals for the likes of McLaren and Force India wasn’t enough to whet the appetite and 2010 saw them return to the sport.

After an unsuccessful three years that saw just one victory the team has turned to Lewis Hamilton in a bid to drive them back to the front. A encouraging start to his partnership with Nico Rosberg brought three wins in 2013. But 2014 is a different story. Finally, the Merc is the class of the field and one of the drivers will be World Champion. Mercedes are back at the top. A place they should be fighting for.

Power Unit Mercedes-Benz PU106B Hybrid

Power Unit Mercedes-Benz PU106B Hybrid

Mercedes won the drivers and constructors and drivers champions in 2014, 2015 and 2016 with ease. The big change of the power units with 1.6 V6 Turbo engines was Mercedes their breakthrough. Rumours say that the engine of 2014 had more then 100 BPS advantage to the versions of Ferrari and Renault.

In 2016 the amount of team members was grown to 1.400 people. Mercedes showed their skill and was unbeatable in 2015 and 2016. The German car brand won 16 out 19 races in 2015. The only circuit they always have bad luck on is the Hungaroring.

In the 2016 season they where even more dominant. 19 of the 21 races where won by the Silver Arrows. A tight battle evolved between both Mercedes drivers Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton. Both aces are racing each other their whole life and Hamilton showed his passion was greater then is kindness on the podium when Rosberg won and he came second.

The W07 was even more dominant then Ferrari's F2004. Mercedes could have one all races. The only grand prix they didn't win where Spain and Malaysia. In Spain they didn't because of a collision between both drivers in the first lap. In Malaysia Hamilton was cruising to the finish with a giant gap between him and Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo when his engine blew up on the finish straight. He also lost his 3rd world drivers title with this rare Mercedes engine failure.

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Achievements

 

Mercedes F1 Achievements

Mercedes F1 GP Finish Positions

170 Times
246 Times
325 Times
425 Times
523 Times
619 Times
721 Times
86 Times
912 Times
108 Times
118 Times
125 Times
135 Times
141 Time
154 Times
161 Time
172 Times
191 Time
Ret51 Times
DNQ1 Time

Mercedes F1 Championship Positions

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News

 

Latest Mercedes News

Mercedes & Red Bull slam 'Halo' decision

Jul.21 - Mercedes and Red Bull bosses have hit out at the FIA's decision to impose the controversial 'Halo' frontal protection concept for 2018. Many fans are outraged with this..

July 21, 2017 with 1 Comment.

Wolff wants Hamilton to stay at Mercedes

Jul.18 - Toto Wolff says he is pushing Lewis Hamilton to commit to Mercedes beyond the end of next year. After the British driver closed the championship gap to just a single..

July 18, 2017 with 0 Comments.

Wolff: Bottas set for 2018 Mercedes deal

Jul.17 - Valtteri Bottas looks set to secure a one-year extension to his Mercedes contract for 2018. The Finn signed a one-year deal to replace the suddenly-retired Nico Rosberg..

July 17, 2017 with 0 Comments.

F1 drivers press conference British GP

DRIVERS 1 – Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) 2 – Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes) 3 – Kimi RÄIKKÖNEN (Ferrari) PODIUM INTERVIEWS (Conducted by Owen WILSON and Jenson Button) Owen..

July 17, 2017 with 0 Comments.

Mercedes tackles quit rumours with sponsor news

Jul.16 - Mercedes has hit back at rumours the German carmaker might pull out of formula one in the coming years. Recently, team boss Toto Wolff slammed F1 pundit Eddie Jordan for..

July 16, 2017 with 0 Comments.

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