Mercedes has joined Ferrari in a threat to quit Formula 1. When asked if Mercedes would leave F1 Toto Wolff said “Such a scenario is quite conceivable. Just as it is for Ferrari.” - Krone

Kimi Raikkonen has stated that he is ’not worried’ about the possibility of sharing the grid with Robert Kubica next year. The Ferrari driver said: “Why should I be worried? I am happy for him. It’s great if he finds a place at a team again." - F1 Fansite


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Nico Rosberg has been suggested as a potential replacement for Niki Lauda as a television pundit. When quizzed about the possibility, the former world champion said: “I still don’t know what I’m going to do next year, but I’m basically open to anything.” - Bild


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I believe Lauda is the pundit on RTL in Germany. If Rosberg replaces him, at least UK viewers will be spared the pain of watching him awesomely spluttering out the company line.

Not suprising news. F1 is clearly looking at changing to a run of the mill engine at a time when even the aircraft industry is looking to go hybrid so why waste millions racing. Better to go into Formula E which as times go on will improve and attract much bigger audiences and sponsors

"Could mercedes join FERRARI with threat to quit?" does anybody have any doubt?