Formula One

UBS and Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Team

UBS has been a proud partner of the Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Team since 2011. The partnership reflects the values UBS shares with the team: a commitment to innovation, talent and teamwork driving performance and success.

Here on our dedicated Formula One microsite we endeavor to get under the hood of how all parts of the team work seamlessly together. We look at the different factors, skills and data-sets that are constantly refined to deliver the greatest success story in the recent history of Formula One.

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Current Season

With the return of a more regular season in 2021, the grid is currently planned to compete in an unprecedented twenty three races around the world, including new additions at circuits in The Netherlands and Saudi Arabia.

People & Perspectives

From industry leaders in Formula One to the experts who advise them, gain performance and racing insights via our unique partnership with the Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Team.

Monaco and UBS

Often the most dramatic event in the F1 calendar, the Monaco Grand Prix has produced countless stories and memories over the years. We look at what the race means to the drivers, teams and everyone involved in this iconic race.


Upcoming Races

Saudi Arabia – Jeddah

Jeddah Street Circuit

December 3 – 5, 2021

  • First Grand Prix: 2021
  • Number of laps: 50
  • Circuit length: 6.175km
  • Race distance: 308.75km
  • Lap record N/A

With a total length of 6.175km, including 27 corners, the Jeddah Street Circuit is set to be the second longest track on the racing calendar. It will be one of the fastest too, with three DRS zones contributing to an average predicted speed of over 250kph.

UAE – Abu Dhabi

Yas Marina Circuit

December 10 – 12, 2021

  • First Grand Prix: 2009
  • Number of laps: 55
  •  Circuit length: 5.554 km
  •  Race distance: 305.355 km
  •  Lap record held by Lewis Hamilton (2019): 1:39.283

Yas Marina is crowned by a 1.2km straight with slow corners at both ends, which makes for an overtaking hotspot. Another highlight is the right-handed run through turns 15, 16 and 17, where drivers brake with a huge lateral load on the car, often causing the front inside wheel to lock.

Bahrain – Sakhir

Bahrain International Circuit

March 18 – 20, 2022

  • First Grand Prix: 2004
  • Number of laps: 57
  •  Circuit length: 5.412 km
  • Race distance: 308.238 km
  • Lap record held by Pedro de la Rosa (2005): 1:31.447

You can expect great racing and overtaking in Bahrain while drivers contend with wind, racing under floodlights and the difficulties caused by track and air temperature changes between sessions.