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SPECIAL MERCEDES-AMG PETRONAS POWER SHOW AT SILVERSTONE FESTIVAL

The Mercedes-AMG PETRONAS F1 Team will celebrate a decade of unrivalled success with a very special display at this summer’s Silverstone Festival (23-25 August).

Since the 2014 introduction of the latest generation of 1.6-litre, turbocharged V6 power units complete with hybrid energy recovery systems, the team has amassed no fewer than eight Constructors’ and seven Drivers’ Championships – six of those taken by Lewis Hamilton and one by Nico Rosberg.

The locally-based team will honour those remarkable achievements with a stellar, one-off showcase at the home of the British Grand Prix where the Silver Arrows team has won in front of a home crowd seven times since 2014.

Billed as A Decade of Mercedes-AMG PETRONAS F1 Power, the display will feature five seminal F1 winning cars – two of Hamilton’s title winners from 2017 and 2019 accompanied by those raced by Rosberg, Valtteri Bottas and George Russell in 2014, 2018 and 2022 (photos below).  

While busy at Zandvoort over the Festival weekend, all four drivers will be represented by their distinctive helmets which will be on prominent show together with a pair of modern era, high-tech Hybrid F1 power units.

“Mercedes-AMG PETRONS F1 has been the dominant force during the latest era of hybrid engines and this is an exclusive display that no Formula 1 fan – especially those fans of Lewis Hamilton and George Russell – will want to miss,” emphasised Nick Wigley, Event Director. “The Silverstone Festival prides itself in celebrating all eras of Grand Prix race history – both on and off the circuit – and this very special showcase will bring the F1 story right up-to-date. It will not only give Festival visitors a very rare opportunity to see these GP winners up close but also provide them with a rare insight into the innovative technologies that propel modern F1 cars.”


Tribute to the team’s decade of hybrid era dominance



Collection of five iconic Grands Prix winners on show

Cars raced by Hamilton, Russell, Rosberg and Bottas

Line up of Mercedes Fi cars at Silverstone