Mercedes AMG Petronas Motorsport have announced that Valentine’s Day will see the launch of their 2020 challenger.
Formula 1Season Review
The Checkered Flag looks back on Mercedes’ 2019 campaign, which saw them clinch their sixth World Championship title.
Despite yet another successful year for Mercedes in Formula 1, team boss Toto Wolff has admitted that their successes were overshadowed by the death of former non-executive chairman Niki Lauda.
Lewis Hamilton believes there is room for improvement with Mercedes’ 2020 car after struggling to achieve consistent performance with last year’s W10.
Part 2 of TCF’s driver seat rankings/statistical round-up for 2019.
The Formula 1 team principals have revealed their top 10 drivers of 2019.
Valentino Rossi and Lewis Hamilton complete a long anticipated track day together at Valencia
It was another easy Sunday for Lewis Hamilton as he finished the 2019 season with a lights-to-flag win.
Pirelli were satisfied with the performance of the soft, medium and hard compound tyres in Abu Dhabi as one and two stop strategies were both used by drivers finishing inside the top ten.
Lewis Hamilton took his eleventh win of the 2019 Formula 1 season in Abu Dhabi ahead of Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc
Hamilton Delighted with ‘Very Good’ Qualifying after Superb Eighty-Eighth Career Pole Position in Abu Dhabi
Mercedes will see Lewis Hamilton start from pole position in Sunday’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, while Valtteri Bottas’ will start last after his grid penalties for engine changes are applied.
Johnny Herbert has praised Charles Leclerc, saying the Monegasque will get better and better as seasons go on.
Team principal of Red Bull Racing, Christian Horner, is confident the drivers in the top three teams will stay where they are for the foreseeable future, with their contracts set to expire at the end of the year.
The BRDC rounded out 2019 with its Annual Awards lunch in London on Monday.
Analysis of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix as the curtains came down on the 2019 Formula 1 season
Lewis Hamilton led a Mercedes 1-2 in Qualifying for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on Saturday, although Valtteri Bottas will drop to the rear of the grid following a multitude of engine penalties.