Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport are once again winners of the Formula One Constructors' Championship for a forth consecutive time. 




Having dominated the sport since the introduction of the new engine regulations in 2014, the team have faced their toughest challenge yet from Ferrari and Red Bull Racing Tag Heuer. However, the extreme commitment and efforts from both the Brackley (Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport) and Brixworth (Mercedes AMG High Performance Powertrains) based factories had created an unstoppable Formula One car which boosted the team to winning the Constructors' World Championship with three races left in the season. 

The next step for the team is to now become Double World Champions by assisting Lewis Hamilton in winning his forth Drivers' World Championship. This can be achieved at the next race in Mexico City where even if his closest competitor, Sebastian Vettel, wins the race, Lewis Hamilton just needs to finish in sixth. 

Added: 23 October 2017

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