Lewis Hamilton

Merc determined to prevent drivers' F1 championship being decided by poor reliability

London, Sep 22 - Mercedes has said that they are determined to prevent the drivers' world championship being decided by poor reliability, in light of the team's fourth mechanical retirement of the year during the Singapore Grand Prix as Nico Rosberg was forced to retire.

Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton took the points lead for the first time since May by winning the Singapore Grand Prix, from which teammate and rival Nico Rosberg retired.

Hamilton takes F1 championship lead from Rosberg post Singapore GP win

lewis hamiltonLondon, Sep 22 - Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton has taken the lead in the Formula One World Championship for the first time since May after he clinched victory in the Singapore Grand Prix.

Hamilton's title rival and teammate Nico Rosberg had to retire with electronics problems to slip three points behind with five races to go and 150 points available.

Merc boss vows not to change way team manages Hamilton-Rosberg F1 title battle

Toto_WolffLondon, Sep 18 - Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has vowed not to change the way his team manages the tense Formula One title battle between their drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg.

Wolff praised Hamilton's heart-on-sleeve approach to racing as all drama and glory. And he also said that the team's own outspoken approach to management would remain the same.

'Teammates Hamilton, Rosberg competing like enemies for world title', says Merc boss Wolff

Hamilton, Rosberg competing like enemies London, Sep 17 : British Formula One racing driver Lewis Hamilton and his Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg are competing like 'enemies' rather than partners for the world title, said Mercedes boss Toto Wolff.

Wolff said that the drivers' desire for F1 glory has exposed the limit of the relationship that Rosberg and Hamilton have shared since their teens.

F1 teams banned from using radios to give drivers 'performance improving' advice

F1London, Sep 12 - Formula One governing body FIA has banned the teams from giving advice aimed at improving drivers' performance over the radio.

The FIA said that it would now enforce a rule dictating drivers must drive the car alone and unaided. The rule would prevent teams telling drivers how to alter how they approach corners, as Mercedes do with title rivals Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg.


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