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Mercedes unveils an electric version of its S-Class that goes farther than a Tesla.

The EQS has a range of 770 kilometers or about 480 miles, according to Mercedes. By Jack Ewing | The New York Times Mercedes-Benz unveiled an electric counterpart to its top-of-the-line S-Class sedan on Thursday, the latest in a series of moves by German automakers to defend their dominance of the high end of the car market against Tesla. The EQS, which will be available in the United States in August, is the first of four electric vehicles Mercedes will introduce this year, including two S.U.V.s that will be

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Mercedes unveils an electric version of its S-Class that goes farther than a Tesla.

Prince Philip funeral: Sporting world pays tribute

Lewis Hamilton and the Mercedes team held a minute’s silence before qualifying at Imola The world of sport has paid tribute to Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, on the day of his funeral. A minute’s silence was held at football’s early kick-offs, as well as before qualifying at the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix in Imola. Schedules across sport were adjusted to avoid clashing with the funeral, which was held at St George’s Chapel, Windsor, on Saturday. The Duke died at the age of 99 on 9 April. A national

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Prince Philip funeral: Sporting world pays tribute

Allison doesn't want Mercedes team boss role

Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff says that James Allison has made it clear that he doesn't want to one day move into the team principal role at the Brackley outfit. It was announced last week that, as of July 1, Allison will hold a newly-created position of chief technical officer, a change that some interpreted as a possible first step to him eventually being the overall head of the team. Wolff retains the team principal job for the foreseeable future, having explored his options over the past year. The Austrian

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Allison doesn't want Mercedes team boss role

“It was a scrappy lap and I haven’t had that in a long time” – Verstappen

2021 Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix Red Bull’s Max Verstappen says the “scrappy lap” that cost him Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix pole was a rare moment for him where he didn’t make the most of the car. Going into qualifying, Verstappen enjoyed a pace advantage of over half a second over Mercedes from practice. But he went slower than the lead Mercedes driver, as well as his Red Bull team mate Sergio Perez, in all three segments of qualifying and ended up qualifying in third place behind Lewis Hamilton and Perez.

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“It was a scrappy lap and I haven’t had that in a long time” – Verstappen

Bottas 'couldn't trust rear-end' of Mercedes F1 car in Imola

Valtteri Bottas says he “couldn’t trust the rear end” of his Mercedes Formula 1 car in the final stage of qualifying at Imola on Saturday, contributing to his P8 finish. Bottas topped both FP1 and FP2 on Friday for Mercedes, and said he felt “a lot happier” with the W12 car after battling rear-end instability through pre-season testing and the opening race weekend in Bahrain. But the Finn slumped to a disappointing eighth-place finish in qualifying for the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, ending the session

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Bottas 'couldn't trust rear-end' of Mercedes F1 car in Imola

Hamilton takes pole for Emilia-Romagna GP ahead of Red Bulls

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton of Britain smiles after taking the fastest time during qualifying practice for Sunday’s Emilia Romagna Formula One Grand Prix, at the Imola track, Italy, Saturday, April 17, 2021. (Bryn Lennon/Pool photo via AP) World champion Lewis Hamilton edged out the Red Bull duo to claim pole position for the Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix on Saturday. It was Hamilton’s 99th career pole and although there is a Red Bull directly behind the Mercedes driver, it will be Sergio Perez rather than

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Hamilton takes pole for Emilia-Romagna GP ahead of Red Bulls

Bottas 'couldn't trust rear-end' of Mercedes car in Imola Q3

Valtteri Bottas says he “couldn’t trust the rear end” of his Mercedes Formula 1 car in the final stage of qualifying at Imola on Saturday, contributing to his P8 finish. Bottas topped both FP1 and FP2 on Friday for Mercedes, and said he felt “a lot happier” with the W12 car after battling rear-end instability through pre-season testing and the opening race weekend in Bahrain. But the Finn slumped to a disappointing eighth-place finish in qualifying for the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, ending the session

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Bottas 'couldn't trust rear-end' of Mercedes car in Imola Q3

Hamilton grabs 99th career pole ahead of Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton steers his car during qualifying practice for Sunday's Emilia Romagna Formula One Grand Prix. (Luca Bruno/AP) 0 IMOLA, Italy -- World champion Lewis Hamilton edged out the Red Bull duo to claim pole position for the Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix on Saturday. It was Hamilton's 99th career pole and although there is a Red Bull directly behind the Mercedes driver, it will be Sergio Perez rather than Max Verstappen. Hamilton edged Perez by .039 seconds and was .087 faster than Verstappen,

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Hamilton grabs 99th career pole ahead of Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix

Hamilton puts Mercedes in pole position at Imola Grand Prix

Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton in action during qualifying Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton in action during qualifying Lewis Hamilton put Mercedes on pole position for the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix at Imola on Saturday, with Red Bull’s Sergio Perez joining the seven-time Formula One world champion on the front row. The Mexican’s Dutch team mate Max Verstappen qualified in third place, with Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc fourth on a home track for the Italian team.

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Hamilton puts Mercedes in pole position at Imola Grand Prix

April 17, 2021

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April 17, 2021

Hamilton surprised in Imola: "I didn't expect us to be ahead of the two Red Bulls"

Lewis Hamilton has qualified on pole position for the 2021 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix. The British driver records this feat for the 99th time in his F1 career, but perhaps this one came as a surprise. The Mercedes driver admits he didn't expect to be ahead of Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez to start Sunday's Grand Prix. "I didn't expect us to be ahead of the two Red Bull. They have been so quick this weekend. The Mercedes was feeling better from the beginning this weekend," Hamilton said straight after the

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Who will qualify on pole position for the Grand Prix in Imola?

It's time for qualifying ahead of the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix in Imola. Will Max Verstappen secure his second consecutive pole, or can this be prevented by one of the Mercedes drivers? Follow our liveblog below to find out! Liveblog After three free practice sessions at the Italian circuit, a preliminary power balance between the top teams can already be made, but qualifying will definitively tell which driver and which car is the fastest at the Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari. Red Bull v Mercedes?

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Who will qualify on pole position for the Grand Prix in Imola?

Mercedes F1's step forward helped by Bahrain 'sting'

Mercedes says the ‘sting’ of not being fastest at the Formula 1 season opener helped galvanise the team to turn things around for this weekend’s Emilia Romagna Grand Prix. While Red Bull had the fastest car in Bahrain, Mercedes appears to have the edge at Imola with Valtteri Bottas quickest in both Friday practice sessions. Mercedes technical director James Allison said the team had not taken what happened in Bahrain lightly, even though an aggressive strategy and great defensive driving from Lewis Hamilton

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Mercedes F1's step forward helped by Bahrain 'sting'

F1 driver salaries: How much Hamilton, Vettel, Alonso & Verstappen get paid

After an exciting season opener to the Formula One World Championship 2021 in Bahrain, the circus moves to the world famous Imola circuit in Italy for the second round. This season looks set to be one of the best seasons since the turbo-hybrid era started in 2014 thanks to new regulations to decrease the level of downforce on the cars. This has meant that Mercedes and Sir Lewis Hamilton don’t look as dominant as they have done previously, meaning that Max Verstappen and Red Bull have a real chance of challenging

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F1 driver salaries: How much Hamilton, Vettel, Alonso & Verstappen get paid

Result: Max Verstappen finishes fastest in final Imola practice

Max Verstappen laid down an impressive marker ahead of qualifying for the Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix by finishing fastest in final practice. The Dutchman, who broke down in Friday's concluding session in Imola, bounced back to finish 0.456 seconds clear of McLaren's Lando Norris with Lewis Hamilton third. Valtteri Bottas completed a practice double for Mercedes on Friday, but the Finn ended the morning running in eighth. Full FP3 rundown 👀#ImolaGP 🇮🇹 #F1 pic.twitter.com/pKTuVNot23 — Formula 1 (@F1)

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Result: Max Verstappen finishes fastest in final Imola practice

Emilia-Romagna GP: Max Verstappen ahead in Practice Three with Lewis Hamilton finishing distant third

Watch Emilia-Romagna GP qualifying from Imola live at 1pm on Sky Sports F1, with build-up from midday; Red Bull's Max Verstappen fastest by 0.4s in final practice with Lewis Hamilton third for Mercedes Max Verstappen rebounded from Red Bull's lost time on Friday to set an impressive pace over the field in a final practice session that continued the action-packed start to the Emilia-Romagna GP. The Dutchman, F1's polesitter at the Bahrain season-opener three weeks ago, was four tenths of a second clear of a

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Emilia-Romagna GP: Max Verstappen ahead in Practice Three with Lewis Hamilton finishing distant third