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Mercedes F1 Re-Signs Motorsport Dir Wolff, Non-Exec Chair Niki Lauda

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 02 / 21 / 17

Mercedes F1 signed new deals with Motorsport Dir Toto Wolff and non-exec Chair Niki Lauda to "retain the pair" until '20, "confirming the stability of the team up until the end of the manufacturer’s current commitment" to F1 -- when the commercial arrangement with Formula One Management conclu...

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