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German Regulator Provides Update On Wolff-Stroll Insider Trading Investigation

German markets watchdog BaFin has found no evidence of wrongdoing following an investigation into alleged insider trading by Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff and Aston Martin owner Lawrence Stroll, the Financial Times has reported. The regulator has closed its investigation after it decided it has no grounds to continue to look into alleged insider trading

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Mercedes Boss Warns He May ‘Spontaneously’ Decide To Quit F1

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff has said he could well “spontaneously” decide to stand down from his senior role at the Silver Arrows. Wolff signed a new three-year deal with the Mercedes F1 Team in December, as the team adopted a new ownership structure, with Wolff, Daimler and Ineos becoming equal third-part owners. READ: Wolff

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Ola Daimler CEO - Formula1news.co.uk

Daimler To Rename Itself Mercedes-Benz By End Of 2021

Daimler, the parent company of the Mercedes auto-maker and the Mercedes F1 Team, has announced that it will be renamed Mercedes-Benz by the end of 2021 and will list its truck arm under a separate entity. As news of this planned restructuring broke, Daimler’s share price jumped almost nine percent, approaching its two-year high. READ:

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Lewis Hamilton’s Future At Mercedes Was ‘Never In Doubt’ – Source

Last month, amid mounting speculation about why Sir Lewis Hamilton and the Mercedes F1 Team are yet to ink a new deal for 2021, a source at the Silver Arrows told Formula1News.co.uk that reports that the seven-time World Champion might leave the team are “fake news.” “Any suggestion that Lewis won’t be with us this

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Lewis Hamilton and Toto Wolff, Mercedes 2021 contract talks - Formula1news.co.uk

84% Of F1 Fans Believe Mercedes Should Drop Lewis Hamilton, Sign Russell

84 percent of F1 fans believe that Mercedes should replace Sir Lewis Hamilton with George Russell for the upcoming season, which is set to get underway in around two months. READ: Karun Chandhok On Making It To F1, Life After Racing & The Future Of The Sport That’s according to a poll by Formula1News.co.uk which

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