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'Mercedes have to consider Alonso'

'mercedes have to consider alonso'
Fernando Alonso would be on the list of possible replacements for retired Formula One world champion Nico Rosberg at Mercedes despite his contract with McLaren, according to team boss Toto Wolff.
SuperSport Also reported by •ReutersSporting Life

Mercedes: Fernando Alonso could replace Nico Rosberg - Toto Wolff

mercedes: fernando alonso could replace nico rosberg - toto wolff
Mercedes are considering signing Fernando Alonso to replace Nico Rosberg, team boss Toto Wolff says.
BBC News

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News video: Motorsport meets Sindelfingen 2016 - Interviews with Nico Rosberg

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Motorsport meets Sindelfingen 2016 - Interviews with Nico Rosberg
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News video: Formula One World champion Rosberg announces shock retirement

Formula One World champion Rosberg announces shock retirement 00:45

Nico Rosberg quits Formula One, just days after winning the world title for Mercedes in a move that stunned motor racing. The 31-year-old German, who beat off teammate Lewis Hamilton in the finale, is..
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News video: Nico Rosberg Retires!

Nico Rosberg Retires! 01:04

Upon finally wining against his teenage rival, Lewis Hamilton, Rosberg announces his retirement.
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News video: Motorsport meets Sindelfingen 2016

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Motorsport meets Sindelfingen 2016
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News video: Motorsport meets Sindelfingen 2016 - Bye Nico Rosberg

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Motorsport meets Sindelfingen 2016 - Bye Nico Rosberg
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Mercedes considering Alonso move - Wolff

mercedes considering alonso move - wolff
Mercedes are considering signing Fernando Alonso to replace Nico Rosberg, team boss Toto Wolff says.
BBC Sport Also reported by •Sporting Life

Mercedes 'have to consider Fernando Alonso' as world champion Nico Rosberg's replacement

mercedes 'have to consider fernando alonso' as world champion nico rosberg's replacement
Two-time championship winner Alonso is about to enter the final year of his three-year deal with McLaren, meaning Mercedes may have to look elsewhere to replace world champion Rosberg.
MailOnline Also reported by •Sport.co.uk

Mercedes consider move for Alosno

Mercedes are considering Fernando Alonso as a replacement for retiring world champion Nico Rosberg.
RTE.ie Also reported by •Sporting Life

Promoting Wehrlein to Mercedes F1 team 'not a foregone conclusion'

Paddy Lowe says it is "not a foregone conclusion" that Pascal Wehrlein will replace the retiring Nico Rosberg at the Mercedes Formula 1 team next season
Autosport

Mercedes will consider Alonso for vacant seat

Toto Wolff says Mercedes 'has to consider' Fernando Alonso as a candidate to replace Nico Rosberg and join Lewis Hamilton next season.
Crash.Net

Fernando Alonso is happy with McLaren, not worried about him leaving, says executive director

McLaren have no fears about losing Fernando Alonso to Mercedes after Formula One world champion Nico Rosberg's sudden retirement, the team's new executive director Zak Brown said on Monday. The post..
Firstpost

Watch: Who will replace Rosberg at Mercedes?

watch: who will replace rosberg at mercedes?
BBC Sport looks at some of the contenders in line to replace world champion Nico Rosberg at Mercedes for 2017.
BBC Sport

F1: Jenson Button to Mercedes in shock move to replace retired...

f1: jenson button to mercedes in shock move to replace retired...
Nico Rosberg shocked the world of Formula One when he announced that he would be retiring from the sport just five days after winning his maiden Drivers' Championship with Mercedes.It means that the..
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Hamilton casts doubts over regaining momentum in F1 title race

*London [England], Sept.27 (ANI): Reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton has cast doubts on whether he will be able to swing the championship momentum back from his Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg, who..
ANI News

Formula One: Sebastian Vettel staying at Ferrari amid rumours of Mercedes offer

Sebastian Vettel has made clear his future is with Ferrari as Mercedes look to replace newly-retired Formula One champion Nico Rosberg for next season. The post Formula One: Sebastian Vettel staying..
Firstpost

Sebastian Vettel not replacing Nico Roseberg at Mercedes, will stay put at Ferrari

Earlier on Sunday, Mercedes non-executive team chairman Niki Lauda said that he expected Nico Rosberg's replacement to be announced before the end of the year.
Zee News

Chelsea 'apologise profusely' to sexually abused victim

chelsea 'apologise profusely' to sexually abused victim
*London:* Chelsea have apologised "profusely" to former striker Gary Johnson over his treatment as a youth team player as the number of clubs embroiled in the child sex abuse scandal reportedly climbed..
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