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Mercedes know key factor that's caused performance dip this year

Mercedes‘ technical director Mike Elliott has said that the team know where they made a mistake in terms of developing their 2022 car. The W13 has been dubbed a ‘diva’ by the team this year with it proving a lot harder to predict in terms of its optimal set-up than previous cars, particularly earlier on this year.

givemesport.com ,  17 hours ago 50
Mercedes know key factor that's caused performance dip this year

‘Sales and marketing engine’ agency matches qualified workers with great employers

As employers struggle under the weight of increasingly demanding consumer and stakeholder expectations, one of their greatest challenges, according to recruitment experts, is sourcing and keeping talent. “We have what might be a controversial, contrarian view to popular thought, which is that there’s a shortage of workers out there,” says Mike Elliott, co-owner of Express Employment in London.

lfpress.com ,  7 days ago 0
‘Sales and marketing engine’ agency matches qualified workers with great employers

Lewis Hamilton given hope of finally winning first F1 race of 2022 by Mercedes chief

LEWIS HAMILTON is still looking for that elusive win this season with a handful of races remaining. Lewis Hamilton may feel he has a strong chance of picking up his maiden win of the 2022 F1 season next time out at the Singapore Grand Prix with Mercedes technical director Mike Elliott indicating they're expecting to be competitive.

express.co.uk ,  21 days ago 155
Lewis Hamilton given hope of finally winning first F1 race of 2022 by Mercedes chief

Mercedes chief explains Lewis Hamilton puzzling apology after eventful Italian Grand Prix

LEWIS HAMILTON battled from 19th on the grid to finish fifth at the Italian Grand Prix. Mercedes chief Mike Elliott has explained why Lewis Hamilton said "sorry for the damage" on team radio in the immediate aftermath of the Italian Grand Prix. The Monza track wasn't thought to favour Mercedes as much as Zandvoort the week prior, but Mercedes were still putting in fast times heading into the weekend.

express.co.uk ,  21 days ago 23
Mercedes chief explains Lewis Hamilton puzzling apology after eventful Italian Grand Prix

Mercedes chief delivers Lewis Hamilton and George Russell promise as excitement builds

MERCEDES are expecting continued improvement for the rest of the season. Mercedes technical director Mike Elliott has promised an exciting second half to the season for Lewis Hamilton and George Russell. Mercedes have seen huge improvements on the track in recent weeks and Elliott says that will only continue after the summer break.

express.co.uk ,  2 months ago 207
Mercedes chief delivers Lewis Hamilton and George Russell promise as excitement builds

Father-son double act receive Heritage certificates

Date published: 02 August 2022 The huge job of distributing and presenting Heritage certificates to all those who have played for Oldham RLFC since 1895, a major project undertaken jointly by the club’s Heritage Trust and the Players’ Association, continues to be an integral part of what’s going on right now in Rugby League locally.

oldham-chronicle.co.uk ,  2 months ago 0
Father-son double act receive Heritage certificates

Lewis Hamilton almost missed Austrian GP weekend due to simple FIA rule

LEWIS HAMILTON secured his fourth podium of the season at the Austrian Grand Prix. Lewis Hamilton could have missed out on the Austrian Grand Prix weekend due to an FIA rule. Mercedes technical director Mike Elliott has stressed teams used to be allowed a test car which they could use in the event of a heavy accident.

express.co.uk ,  2 months ago 49
Lewis Hamilton almost missed Austrian GP weekend due to simple FIA rule

Lewis Hamilton has Mercedes crew to thank for avoiding disaster as boss details epic feat

LEWIS HAMILTON had a roller-coaster Austrian Grand Prix last weekend. Mercedes mechanics took just three-and-a-half hours to fix Lewis Hamilton’s car ‘from scratch’ following the Briton’s Austrian Grand Prix qualifying crash, the team’s technical director Mike Elliott has revealed. Hamilton lost control of his car at Turn Seven after a gust of wind forced him off track, with the 37-year-old crashing into the barriers.

express.co.uk ,  2 months ago 42
Lewis Hamilton has Mercedes crew to thank for avoiding disaster as boss details epic feat

Mercedes fixed Lewis Hamilton's car in just three and a half hours at the Austrian Grand Prix after he crashed in qualifying, claims the team's technical director, as he hails 'amazing achievement' by their mechanics

Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes team fixed his car in under four hours at Austrian GP He crashed out in qualifying but managed to finish third in the main race Mechanics were hailed for 'an amazing achievement' by their technical director Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes car was patched up in just under four hours at the Austrian Grand Prix to ensure he was ready for the main race, according to the team's technical director.

dailymail.co.uk ,  2 months ago 6
Mercedes fixed Lewis Hamilton's car in just three and a half hours at the Austrian Grand Prix after he crashed in qualifying, claims the team's technical director, as he hails 'amazing achievement' by their mechanics

Mercedes disqualification fear eased as FIA grant more time to tackle Lewis Hamilton issue

MERCEDES have struggled to cope with porpoising issues this season, which has left Lewis Hamilton and George Russell off the pace. A recent FIA ruling has granted Mercedes extra time to fix Lewis Hamilton's porpoising issues without receiving a penalty. Silver Arrows technical director Mike Elliott recently admitted that Hamilton and George Russell may have been disqualified in Baku last month, had the FIA's new driver safety measures been in place.

express.co.uk ,  2 months ago 77
Mercedes disqualification fear eased as FIA grant more time to tackle Lewis Hamilton issue

Mercedes make Lewis Hamilton disqualification admission as FIA take tough approach

MERCEDES could have lost out completely in Baku had the FIA's crackdown come sooner. Mercedes technical director Mike Elliott has admitted that Silver Arrows stars Lewis Hamilton and George Russell could have been disqualified in Baku last month, had the FIA's technical directive (TD) to tackle porpoising been in place at the time.

express.co.uk ,  3 months ago 1555
Mercedes make Lewis Hamilton disqualification admission as FIA take tough approach

Mercedes admit they could steal Red Bull designs to help Lewis Hamilton and George Russell

MERCEDES have admitted they could change their concept as Lewis Hamilton and George Russell continue to struggle. Mercedes could steal Red Bull’s plans in a bid to get Lewis Hamilton and George Russell closer to the front. Mercedes technical director Mike Elliott said Mercedes may soon admit they have "got it wrong” over their new 2022 designs as Hamilton and Russell are still unable to challenge for wins.

express.co.uk ,  3 months ago 33
Mercedes admit they could steal Red Bull designs to help Lewis Hamilton and George Russell

Mercedes could copy Red Bull car design to help Lewis Hamilton challenge Max Verstappen

Red Bull have set the standard for performance so far this season, while Mercedes have struggled – so the Silver Arrows may take inspiration from their rivals going forward A Mercedes chief has admitted the team would be "silly" not to consider following Red Bull's lead in terms of car design this season.

mirror.co.uk ,  3 months ago 60
Mercedes could copy Red Bull car design to help Lewis Hamilton challenge Max Verstappen

British GP: Mercedes confirm they're bringing upgrades to Silverstone

Mercedes‘ technical director Mike Elliott has revealed that the Silver Arrows will be bringing upgrades to the British Grand Prix as they bid to close the gap to the front-runners. The W13 has proven a bit of a challenge for the team so far this year but, at times, it has shown signs it can be a competitive car.

givemesport.com ,  3 months ago 1
British GP: Mercedes confirm they're bringing upgrades to Silverstone

Mercedes plan British GP upgrades but Nico Rosberg predicts team 'still miles away' from Red Bull, Ferrari

"We will be trying to push the car forward, trying to get some pace from the package," says Mercedes technical director Mike Elliott; Mercedes 116 points behind leaders Red Bull ahead of British GP, which is all live on Sky Sports F1 on July 1-3

skysports.com ,  3 months ago 20
Mercedes plan British GP upgrades but Nico Rosberg predicts team 'still miles away' from Red Bull, Ferrari

Mercedes plans F1 British GP upgrades amid raised expectations

Mercedes is planning to bring updates to Formula 1’s British Grand Prix in its bid to help push the team up the grid. With the Brackley-based squad feeling it is finally making some progress in unlocking the potential of the W13, the team has scheduled some development for the car for the next race at Silverstone.

autosport.com ,  3 months ago 3
Mercedes plans F1 British GP upgrades amid raised expectations

Lewis Hamilton gets boost in time for British Grand Prix as Mercedes confirm car upgrades

Mercedes have struggled to compete with the likes of Red Bull and Ferrari this season due to a lack of performance from their W13, but that might change if their upgrades have the desired effect Lewis Hamilton and George Russell will benefit from upgrades to their Mercedes cars at the upcoming British Grand Prix.

mirror.co.uk ,  3 months ago 3
Lewis Hamilton gets boost in time for British Grand Prix as Mercedes confirm car upgrades

Lewis Hamilton has Silverstone upgrades confirmed after rival boss threatened protests

LEWIS HAMILTON and co will be bolstered by the news Mercedes will take upgrades to British GP at Silverstone Mercedes have confirmed they will be bringing upgrades to the British GP at Silverstone. The Silver Arrows have struggled this season and have produced just five podium finishes between Lewis Hamilton and George Russell so far this season.

express.co.uk ,  3 months ago 104
Lewis Hamilton has Silverstone upgrades confirmed after rival boss threatened protests

Mercedes has not given up on title F1 defence

Mercedes have not given up on defending their Formula One constructors' title despite a difficult start to the season, the team's technical director Mike Elliott said on Saturday. The team, who have won the past eight world championships, are third overall after five races and 63 points adrift of leaders Ferrari, with Red Bull second and 57 points ahead of Mercedes.

espn.co.uk ,  4 months ago 1
Mercedes has not given up on title F1 defence