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MERCEDES GP PETRONAS LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE

MERCEDES GP PETRONAS LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE

MERCEDES GP PETRONAS has recently launched a dynamic new website at www.mercedes-gp.com

Designed with close co-operation between the team's headquarters in Brackley and Daimler's specialist new media department in Stuttgart, the website is split into three specific areas and designed to bring fans, partners and the media closer to the team.

Our Race has the most up-to-date information from the track including race weekend reports, photos, weather updates, our race weekend blog and Twitter updates live from the circuit.

Our Factory goes behind the scenes at the team's headquarters in Brackley for exclusive interviews with our staff, regular factory blog and a look into the innovative technologies used in Formula One.

Our Life contains updates on what's going on with the team, our drivers and partners away from the track.

Bastien Hibon, Marketing Director at MERCEDES GP PETRONAS said: "We are very proud to have launched the team's brand new website at www.mercedes-gp.com. We have been working very closely with our colleagues at Daimler to ensure that the website reflects the prestigious Mercedes-Benz brand whilst retaining our unique team identity as MERCEDES GP PETRONAS. The new www.mercedes-gp.com is specifically designed to bring our fans closer to the team and allow greater interaction not only through the website but with our Facebook, Twitter and YouTube sites. We have greatly enjoyed building the new website and developing the online content since the launch over the Spanish Grand Prix weekend and hope that our fans, partners and the media will visit and share our enthusiasm. To discover our new website, just visit www.mercedes-gp.com and get involved!"

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