Mercedes AMG Petronas has spent the last 2 days celebrating at Brackley and Brixworth as the team enjoys its first ever FIA Formula 1 World Constructors Championship title.
2014 inaugural Russian Grand Prix sealed the deal for Mercedes AMG Petronas handing the team this season’s F1 Constructors’ World Championship after their 1-2 finish yet again this F1 season.
Mercedes AMG Petronas secured 25 points at 2014 Australian Grand Prix with Nico Rosberg going from P3 on the grid to top of the podium to begin this GP season. It certainly was a great day with Nico leading every lap and winning with a 24 second lead at the chequered flag.
While celebrations continued for world champion Sebastian Vettel at the Abu Dhabi GP as he won his seventh race in a row, Nico Rosberg’s 3rd place finish was a crucial one.
Saturday afternoon saw Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton qualify in 2nd and 3rd place for the 2013 Indian GP. Nico’s qualifying rounds helped secure Mercedes AMG Petronas’ 15th front row start of this F1 season. It was his 6th great qualifier at P2. Lewis Hamilton’s P3 start was his 3rd consecutive top 3 start and his 12th of the season.
Motorsports has been the DNA for the brand Mercedes-Benz and the long successful association with different form of motorsports is legendary. The company shares with fans and enthusiasts a dynamic platform like the mb.connect to share your thoughts with one of the most exciting racers for future of motorsports, Nico Rosberg, from the Mercedes AMG Petronas Formula 1 team.
Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 team gives Formula One fans an insight into the future on their official commercial YouTube channel. Celebrating the team’s YouTube partner status for creation and broadcast of exclusive video content about the Silver Arrows team, here’s a 1st video on how the new 2014 1.6 litre turbocharged V6 Formula One Power Unit will sound on track.
Can Lewis Hamilton get a 4th win at Hungarian GP or will Nico Rosberg finish better for Mercedes AMG Petronas
Round 10 of this year’s championship at the Hungaroring on the outskirts of Budapest on Sunday 28 July is the final race before Formula One’s summer break. In terms of race finish Nico Rosberg finished in 10th place last year, and in 9th place in 2011 at Hungary. Lewis Hamilton has had 3 wins at Hungary.