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James Allison Steps Down As Mercedes Technical Director, Becomes CTO

James Allison will step down from his position as technical director of the Mercedes F1 Team in July, with technology director Mike Elliott replacing him. Allison will remain a key senior figure of the Silver Arrows, as he will take on the newly created role of chief technical officer (CTO) at the Brackley-based team. Follow

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Mercedes Wary 2021 Aero Regulations ‘Could Knock Us Off Our Perch’

While Formula One opted to delay its shake-up of the technical regulations until 2022 as a cost-saving measure in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, 2021 will nevertheless see cars have considerably different aero regulations, with the FIA mandating significant cuts to the rear floor and other down-force generating components. And, although the 2021 cars will

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Mercedes Are ‘Clear Favourites’ To Win 2021 Championship – Horner

With plenty of driver moves, revised regulations and two rebranded teams, 2021 looks set to be another fascinating season of F1 – and many in the paddock believe it will be just as competitive as last year. Fans are hopeful that the sharp end of the field, in particular, will be more competitive than it

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Mercedes Expecting Red Bull To Be Stronger With Verstappen-Perez Line-Up

Mercedes and Red Bull are likely to still be the two front-runners next season – and the Silver Arrows are wary that their rival’s stronger driver line-up could make them a more formidable opponent. Speaking this week, Mercedes technology director Mike Elliott said he believes Sergio Perez will serve as a strong second driver to