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Hamilton: Mercedes on the back foot with tires

Three-time Hungarian Grand Prix winner Lewis Hamilton has explained how Mercedes are on the back foot this weekend after missing the tire test at Silverstone last week. Mercedes were banned from the test after holding their own private test with Pirelli in May, and despite this setback Hamilton is s Full story

Hamilton: Season has exceeded projections thus far

Lewis Hamilton has said his first season at Mercedes has gone a lot better than he expected. And that’s despite his teammate Nico Rosberg winning twice, while the 2008 Formula One World Champion has yet to convert his Saturday pace into a victory. “Overall, it has gone a lot better than I expected i Full story

France deepens dispute over Mercedes sales ban

PARIS/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - France took formal steps on Friday to outlaw sales of several Mercedes models, upping the stakes in a standoff over parent company Daimler's use of a refrigerant banned by the European Union. Full story

MST: “Extra homework” for Mercedes at Hungarian Grand Prix

Mercedes executive director Toto Wolff says the team have some catching up to do with the new tires that are being used this weekend. “We are under no illusions for the second half of the year and this weekend in Hungary we have a number of challenges to overcome,” said Wolff. “First, we will need… Full story

Mercedes sedans investigated for faulty wiring

   Federal investigators are looking into a potential fire risk in more than 200,000 Mercedes-Benz C-class models from 2008 and 2009.

Vintage Mercedes race car sets $29.6 million auction record

LONDON (Reuters) - A rare Mercedes race car became the most expensive car ever sold at auction when an anonymous bidder bought it for 19.6 million pounds ($29.6 million) at a sale in Britain on Friday. Full story

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Sales of Mercedes across America have been accelerating at twice the industry average so far this year, with Steve Cannon, CEO of Mercedes Benz U.S.A. The company is fighting BMW for younger buyers.

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A sticker showing a global-warming gas R134a is pictured under the engine bonnet of a Mercedes-Benz A-class car displayed in a dealership of German car manufacturer Daimler in Paris
A sticker showing a global-warming gas R134a is pictured under the engine bonnet of a Mercedes-Benz A-class car displayed in a dealership of German car manufacturer Daimler in Paris

A sticker showing a global-warming gas R134a is pictured under the engine bonnet of a Mercedes-Benz A-class car displayed in a dealership of German car manufacturer Daimler in Paris, July 30, 2013. France's move to outlaw sales of several Mercedes models for using an air-conditioner coolant banned b

A company logo is seen on a Mercedes-Benz A-class car displayed in a dealership of German car manufacturer Daimler in Paris
A company logo is seen on a Mercedes-Benz A-class car displayed in a dealership of German car manufacturer Daimler in Paris

A company logo is seen on a Mercedes-Benz A-class car displayed in a dealership of German car manufacturer Daimler in Paris, July 30, 2013. France's move to outlaw sales of several Mercedes models for using an air-conditioner coolant banned by the European Union is not only stopping Parisian Daimler

A company logo is seen on a wheel in front of Mercedes-Benz A-class cars displayed in a dealership of German car manufacturer Daimler in Paris
A company logo is seen on a wheel in front of Mercedes-Benz A-class cars displayed in a dealership of German car manufacturer Daimler in Paris

A company logo is seen on a wheel in front of Mercedes-Benz A-class cars displayed in a dealership of German car manufacturer Daimler in Paris, July 30, 2013. France's move to outlaw sales of several Mercedes models for using an air-conditioner coolant banned by the European Union is not only stoppi