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Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport and Bose are obsessed with performance, and relentlessly innovate to stay at the top of their fields. Explore how Lewis Hamilton, Valtteri Bottas and the whole team never stop pushing the boundaries of their sport.

Always pushing forward. Always getting better.

To stay ahead of the competition in the World Championship, constant innovation is crucial. Both Bose and the Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport engineers have the freedom to pursue new ideas, because success is determined by dedication and the ability to solve problems. The teams are obsessed with performance, and pride themselves on the precision of their engineering.

Whether they're training for the new season, focusing on their race approach or making last-minute adjustments to the cars, the drivers and team rely on the same level of performance and innovation from Bose. Get a closer look at the individuals who make up this elite racing team, who are driven to continue pushing the boundaries of their sport.

The Silver Arrows

It takes more than just a driver. It's an entire team of engineers, working to constantly improve an already brilliant machine. They could have rested on their laurels after winning a second-straight championship in 2015. Instead, they went back to the drawing board to find innovations in every area. This drive and passion for excellence paid off again in 2016 — they won a third consecutive Constructors' Championship.

When the Silver Arrows spend 18 hours a day in the factory, it's music that keeps them fuelled and focused. Bose® brings the same passion to engineering innovations, and they inspire the same excellence with their products. Music for anywhere in the factory, anywhere in your home, anywhere you go.


Lewis Hamilton

"I have not become a triple world champion through luck." Still only in his early 30s, Lewis Hamilton is already in the upper-echelons of Formula One™. And it all started with a passion — he began racing remote-control cars at 5, won a karting championship by 13 and won his first F1 World Championship at 23.

How does he do it? By always challenging the standards of the sport. He intensively pours over details, visualising every corner of an upcoming race. QC®35 headphones help him focus with laser-like precision; he puts them on, gets in the zone and stays there. By race day, he has the entire track mapped out. And then he makes history.

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Nico Rosberg

"We need to find 1.5 seconds." Nico Rosberg knows that's the difference between winning and losing in Formula One™, especially after finishing just shy of a championship in 2015. So he sweat every detail, living and breathing racing with tireless focus and unmatched effort. And in 2016, he pulled off a narrow victory to bring home his first Drivers' Championship.

The win proved to be a dramatic send-off as he announced his unexpected retirement, walking away while at the top of the sport. And in January 2017, Valtteri Bottas was signed to Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport as Nico's replacement. With a new car, new engineers and a new high-profile teammate, Bottas' story will be one to watch during the 2017 Championship.

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