Records

Records at the meeting in Ormond Daytona Beach, Florida/USA, 27 to 30 January 1904. At the off: subsequent winner William K. Vanderbilt jr. (starting number 1) at the wheel of a Mercedes 90 hp racing car.

Mercedes

Mercedes 90 hp racing car.

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Loading the ship with the Mercedes-Benz W 154 Formula racing cars for the Tripoli Grand Prix, 15 May 1938. It was a triple victory for Mercedes-Benz. Hermann Lang took home the top prize, ahead of Manfred von Brauchitsch and Rudolf Caracciola.

Tripoli

Tripoli Grand Prix, 15 May 1938. After the triple victory for Mercedes-Benz, Hermann Lang personally receives his prize from the General Governor of Libya – Marshall Balbo.

Tripoli

Tripoli Grand Prix, 15 May 1938. Rudolf Caracciola and mechanics preparing the Mercedes-Benz W 154 Formula racing car. Rudolf Caracciola secured 3rd place.

Tripoli

Tripoli Grand Prix, 15 May 1938. In the order as they appear in the photo, the W 154 Mercedes-Benz Formula racing cars secured victory in Tripoli. Start number 46: Hermann Lang, start number 44: Manfred von Brauchitsch, start number 26: Rudolf Caracciola.

French

French Grand Prix in Reims, 3 July 1938. Triple victory by the Mercedes-Benz W 154 3000 cc formula racing car. A victorious Manfred von Brauchitsch (starting number 26) can be seen at the left of the picture, next to him is Rudolf Caracciola (starting number 24). In the background: Hermann Lang (starting number 28).

Rudolf

Rudolf Caracciola after his victory at the Swiss Grand Prix in Bremgarten, 21 August 1938.

Großglockner

Großglockner mountain race, 28 August 1938. Manfred von Brauchitsch in a Mercedes-Benz W 125, starting number 81. He came in third.

Italian

Italian Grand Prix in Monza, 11 September 1938.Manfred von Brauchitsch shortly before the start.

The

The starting line-up for the Italian Grand Prix in Monza, 11 September 1938.Three Mercedes-Benz W 154 formula racing cars in the first starting row, from the left: Hermann Lang (starting number 26), Manfred von Brauchitsch (starting number 4), Rudolf Caracciola (starting number 12).

Großglockner

Großglockner mountain race, 6 August 1939. The eventual victor, Hermann Lang (starting number 128), with a Mercedes-Benz W 125 mountain racing car with a 5.6-litre engine.

Großglockner

Großglockner mountain race, 6 August 1939. The eventual victor, Hermann Lang (starting number 128), with a Mercedes-Benz W 125 mountain racing car with a 5.6-litre engine.

Großglockner

Großglockner mountain race, 6 August 1939. The eventual victor, Hermann Lang (starting number 128), with a Mercedes-Benz W 125 mountain racing car with a 5.6-litre engine.

Training

Training for the Großglockner mountain race on 6 August 1939. The eventual victor, Hermann Lang (starting number 128), with a Mercedes-Benz W 125 mountain racing car with a 5.6-litre engine, attempting to improve traction with twin tyres on the rear axle.

Training

Training for the Großglockner mountain race on 6 August 1939. The eventual victor, Hermann Lang (starting number 128) with a Mercedes-Benz W 125 mountain racing car with a 5.6-litre engine, attempting to improve traction with twin tyres on the rear axle. Directly behind the vehicle stands a W 154 that was only ever used in training, next to which is another W 125 with the starting number 127 which was driven to fourth place in the race by Manfred von Brauchitsch.

Training

Training for the Großglockner mountain race on 6 August 1939. The eventual victor, Hermann Lang (starting number 128), with a Mercedes-Benz W 125 mountain racing car with a 5.6-litre engine, attempting to improve traction with twin tyres on the rear axle.

German

German Grand Prix at the Nürburgring, August 1, 1954. Winner Juan Manuel Fangio at the wheel of the open-wheel Mercedes-Benz W 196 R with start number 18.

Argentinean

Argentinean Grand Prix in Buenos Aires, 16 January 1955. Winning driver Juan Manuel Fangio in the Mercedes-Benz W 196 R racing car. Fangio was the only top driver to go the duration of the race without being relieved and won easily.

Two

Two racing transporters with box body based on the Mercedes-Benz O 3500 lined up behind the "Blue Wonder" racing transporter at the Swedish Grand Prix in August 1955.

Manfred

Manfred von Brauchitsch (1905 - 2003).

24

24 Hours of Le Mans, 10-11 June 1989. Sauber-Mercedes C 9, Group C racing car,. Starting number 63 – winners: Jochen Mass / Manuel Reuter / Stanley Dickens.

DTM

DTM 2005 (3rd round) Spa–Francorchamps, qualifying, 14 April 2005. Mika Häkkinen, Sport Edition AMG-Mercedes, pole position.

DTM

DTM 2005 (3rd round) Spa–Francorchamps, 15 April 2005. Mika Häkkinen (Sport Edition AMG-Mercedes) won his first DTM race in Spa.

DTM

DTM 2005 (2nd round) Lausitz Euro Speedway, qualifying, 30 April 2005. Mika Häkkinen, Sport Edition AMG-Mercedes, second-fastest.

DTM

DTM Mercedes AMG C-Coupé of the 2010 season.

Paul

Paul di Resta won the German Touring Car Masters with a Mercedes-Benz C-Class in 2010. In the last race of the season in Shanghai he started from the pole and crossed the finish line in second place.

Paul

Paul di Resta won the German Touring Car Masters with a Mercedes-Benz C-Class in 2010. In the last race of the season in Shanghai he started from the pole and crossed the finish line in second place.

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