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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:

Lewis Hamilton in Abu Dhabi, still without a Mercedes contract for 2021 - Formula1news.co.uk

George Russell Shattered Lewis Hamilton’s ‘Whole Plan’ – Ex-F1 Driver

There is a “real chance” that George Russell could replace Sir Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes in 2021, a source told Formula1News.co.uk earlier today. Join F1 TV To Watch Live Grand Prix & Access Hundreds Of Full Races And separately, ex-F1 driver Christijan Albers has said he believes Russell shattered Sir Hamilton’s plan to negotiate a

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Ineos May Intervene To Ensure Lewis Hamilton Stays With Mercedes

Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton are yet to ink a new contract which will see them continue to race together in 2021 and beyond, but a breakthrough could be on the horizon according to reports from Italy. Last week, the Rome-based Corriere dello Sport newspaper reported that Daimler, Mercedes’ parent company, had blocked a $50 million


Mercedes Keen To Avoid One-Year Extension With Lewis Hamilton

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff has said they are looking to avoid agreeing a one-year contract extension with Lewis Hamilton, as that would mean they’d need to go through the negotiating process all over again next year. “We are in a new world and COVID really has changed the way we do business and the


Daimler To ‘Aggressively’ Cut Mercedes F1 Team’s Budget

Daimler CEO Ola Kaellenius has announced that they are planning to slash the budget of the Mercedes F1 Team, but he reaffirmed their commitment to Formula One. Speaking at a virtual roundtable event with reporters earlier this week, the CEO of the Mercedes F1 Team’s parent company said: “We have as little reason to step