Toto Wolff still expects to bring Max Verstappen to Mercedes one day, the team principal has revealed, despite his current long-term deal with Red Bull.
George Russell and Nicholas Latifi tested for Mercedes at the Algarve International Circuit in Portugal last weekend.
Following the most dominant three years any team has ever enjoyed in F1, Mercedes could find their place at the top under serious threat in 2017.
Mercedes’ rivals will be scrutinising the first pictures of their new car. These interactive images reveal the differences between it and the 2017 chassis.
What have the world champions made of the radical new regulations for 2017? The Mercedes W08 already shows a lot of aerodynamic detail.
Mercedes say their power unit is getting closer to reaching the 1,000bhp milestone despite making further efforts to improve reliability.
The first pictures of the new Mercedes W08 for 2017 have been revealed.
Mercedes executive director Toto Wolff and non-executive chairman Niki Lauda have extended their deals with the team until 2020.
Lewis Hamilton says Formula One’s larger cars for 2017 will take some getting used to after seeing the “much bigger” Mercedes W08.
Mercedes has confirmed the signing of highly-rated technical director James Allison following his departure from Ferrari.
Mercedes has appointed GP3 racer George Russell to its Junior Driver Programme. The 18-year-old finished third in European F3 last year.
Valtteri Bottas has landed the prized seat at Mercedes for 2017 which was left vacant by outgoing world champion Nico Rosberg.
Ross Brawn says he left the Mercedes F1 team because of a breakdown in trust between him and fellow team bosses Toto Wolff and Niki Lauda.
Mercedes have won the Formula One constructors’ championship for the third year running.
Three-times Moto GP world champion Jorge Lorenzo tested a 2014 Mercedes Formula One car today at Silverstone.
Mercedes expect stiffer opposition than usual from their rivals this weekend and Nico Rosberg believes the Singapore track will favour Red Bull.
Bernie Ecclestone continues to claim Mercedes have “a lot of information” to help rivals Ferrari become more competitive.
Mercedes has confirmed it will not appeal Nico Rosberg’s British Grand Prix penalty but plans to raise concerns about “over-regulation” in F1.
Mercedes has decided against imposing team orders on its drivers despite their latest clash during the Austrian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton has confirmed Nico Rosberg had lost power because he was in a wrong engine mode shortly before the pair collided.