Mercedes AMG F1 Extends Partnership with Petronas

Toto Wolff Petronas Mercedes

Continuing a title and technical partnership embracing a sustainable future, Mercedes AMG F1 and Petronas announce an extension for 2026!

Earlier today in Kala Lumpur, Malaysia, Petronas Towers played host to the extension of a partnership that signals a commitment to a more sustainable future in F1. With the goal to excel in the exciting technical challenge of Formula One’s 2026 technical unit regulations, Mercedes is continuing their work with Petronas.


Ranked among the largest corporations on the Fortune Global 500, Petroliam Nasional Berhad (Petronas) is a global energy and solutions corporation. They are entrusted with the responsibility of developing and adding value to natural resources of petroleum and gas.

Toto Wolff, the CEO and Team Principal of Mercedes AMG Petronas, said:

“Today we are doing something a little bit unusual – announcing a partnership that will begin in four years’ time. This sends an important message: our team and PETRONAS are no longer just partners, we are family, and we will be one team for many more years to come…From 2026, advanced sustainable fuel will be at the heart of F1 performance – and this gives us a fantastic opportunity to demonstrate our expertise in this domain, through both the power unit and PETRONAS Fluid Technology Solutions™. We are excited to be racing into the future alongside PETRONAS, with the ambition to set the standard once again, in our on-track performance and by pioneering the transition of a global sports team to a net-zero future.”

From its beginning in 2010, the Mercedes AMG-Petronas partnership has become one of the more recognizable in all professional sports. In a vision of achieving world-class performance, the partnership has seen eight world constructors’ championships, seven world driver’s championships, and 115 race victories.

Richard Sanders, Mercedes AMG-Petronas Team Commercial Director, said:

“PETRONAS is an important part of our heritage and history, and we’re delighted that they will continue as our Title and Technical partner long into the future…The partnership with PETRONAS will now span two decades and we look forward to making this the most enduring and successful sponsorship in elite global sport.”

Mercedes will look to take their first win of the 2022 season this weekend as F1 returns to the Marina Bay Street Circuit for the Singapore Grand Prix.

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