Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport Formula One drivers Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas were at the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur to celebrate the team’s sixth consecutive Word Constructors’ Championship title, which was attained in October this year at the Japanese Grand Prix, won by Bottas. Hamilton won his sixth World Driver’s Championship at the United States Grand Prix on November 3.

“This incredible success is down to the hard work and dedication of every single member of our Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport family. Thanks to everyone at Petronas for your continuous support over the last 10 years; we will keep pushing next season and hope to elevate our game together again,” Hamilton said.

“This is my best season yet in Formula One and I am very grateful for all the hard work that went into making this possible. Our 2019 car is an absolute beast and the contribution from everyone at Petronas is right at the heart of it. The fuel and lubricants are the lifeblood of our car,” said Bottas.

“I know it isn’t just our teammates back at Brackley and Brixworth who are already working flat-out to find even more performance for next year’s car; it’s also a lot of colleagues here at Petronas who will unlock even more power for our 2020 car,” he added.

From the introduction of the hybrid power unit regulations in 2014, Petronas with its Fluid Technology Solutions has partnered with Mercedes to 92 Grand Prix wins in 196 races to date, with 102 pole positions taken en route to its six world titles so far; Petronas has partnered with the Mercedes works team since its return to F1 in 2010. The team clinched another victory at the close of the 2019 Formula One season, with Hamilton taking the race win at Abu Dhabi.