Lewis finished second on the road in Canada but was promoted to race victory, after Vettel was handed a time penalty for squeezing Lewis towards the wall while rejoining the track on lap 48 - after cutting across the first chicane.
France was a more straightforward race, with Lewis and Valtteri taking a commanding 1-2 finish at Paul Ricard - the team's 50th in F1.
Austria was tough, though, with fierce competition and challenges cooling the car, due to the high temperatures, high altitude and the cooling configuration of the W10. Valtteri rounded out the podium in third, with Lewis fifth.
It was then onwards to Silverstone and one of the team's home races, with the track located just down the road from our bases in Brackley and Brixworth. Valtteri snatched pole on Saturday, but Lewis attacked in the early laps, leading to an intense battle between the two W10s. Valtteri managed to stay ahead, but lost out with the Safety Car, which helped Lewis jump ahead of him and take the win on home soil.
Germany was next and provided an opportunity to make a nod to our racing heritage, celebrating 125 Years of Mercedes-Benz in Motorsport, while also marking the home race of Mercedes. It proved to be one of the most difficult races of the season for the team and one of the most chaotic of the year.
Toto summed it up well afterwards: "This one hurts us to the core: it was a disastrous result. We had a decent start of the race with good pace. Then obviously you add incidents, crashing out, tricky conditions and the wrong calls. It has been the most difficult day we've had in a long time, but we are as united in the pain as we are united in the joy of winning." Lewis finished ninth while Valtteri retired after a crash on lap 56.