One is a pillar of the F1 establishment, the other is an entrepreneur-racer parachuted into one of the sport's hottest seats. Together, Ross Brawn and Toto Wolff have been charged with upholding the honour of Mercedes-Benz. And as they tell F1 Racing, they know that failure is not an option...
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All the gear, no idea
They've got the budget and the fancy kit, so why do so few car manufacturers make it big in Formula 1?
F1 heads to Russia
The resort of Sochi will host the inaugural Russian GP in 2014. We head east to see how work is progressing
F1 Racing meets the team in charge of the car that's always last on the grid... the AMG Mercedes medical car
ALSO IN THE JUNE 2013 ISSUE
Hamilton: the heat is on
We join Lewis for a practice session in Bahrain, with problems to solve and limited time in which to solve them
You ask the questions
Past and present team-mate of Lewis, Mercedes' Nico Rosberg talks swearing, juggling and facial hair...
A numerical look at the sport's golden oldies
A chat with Pastor Maldonado
The Williams winner discusses a difficult season
Stop and go
They don't just halt the car, they also help it go faster; Dieter Rencken and Peter Windsor investigate brakes
A chat with Cyril Abiteboul
We catch up with Caterham's new team principal, the mystery man of Formula 1...
Mo's Monaco Memories
Maurice Hamilton revisits the streets of Monte Carlo, to relive his Monaco F1 highlights from the past 45 years
Lunch with Martin Brundle
The Sky F1 presenter discusses spectacular shunts, driving for Ken and standing in for Nigel Mansell