Two top teams have admitted they considered lodging a protest against Mercedes at the German Grand Prix.
Niki Lauda slammed the cars produced by Mercedes' grandee rivals in 2014.
Nico Hulkenberg finished in seventh place and Sergio Perez in 10th.
Felipe Massa's race unfortunately ended early after he was involved in a first corner incident.
Jenson Button: “We expected more today”
Lewis Hamilton finishing in third position, gaining 17 places from the grid.
Nico Hulkenberg ending the session in ninth just ahead of Sergio Perez in tenth.
Eric Boullier: “We’ve started to turn the corner”
Both Williams drivers stayed towards the top of the field throughout qualifying eventually being beaten by only Nico Rosberg.
Lewis Hamilton suffering from a brake failure and a crash that ended his session during Q1.
Lewis Hamilton suffered a heavy crash during German GP qualifying after a right front brake failure.
Sergio Perez: "I think wherever we qualify we can move forward and be in the fight for points.”
Kevin Magnussen: “We’ve hopefully made a bit of a step”
Rob Smedley: "The team have had a tough day as they have been awake since 3am due to a fire in our hotel last night..."
Mercedes is once again the team to beat this weekend in Germany.
Mercedes drivers completed a total of 131 laps on Friday practice for the German GP.
After nine rounds, Mercedes teammates Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg are separated by just four points.
The affiliation between the world cup and a car manufacturer is promised exclusively to Hyundai, the official sponsor.
77 major technical and sporting rule changes since 2005, according to Auto Motor und Sport.
Wolff indicated that he sees Mercedes' pairing as similarly competitive but far more harmonious than many other potential driving combinations.
Nico Rosberg will wear a special helmet in celebration of Germany's victory in the World Cup.
Sebastian Vettel has admitted Red Bull will not be able to catch up with Mercedes in 2014.
Charlie Whiting has dropped a bombshell on F1 teams.
The gap to Mercedes is very big" - Sebastian Vettel.
The Williams driver finished six thousandths of a second ahead of Red Bull Racing’s Daniel Ricciardo.
Check out the full transcript from the press conference that immediately followed the British GP at Silverstone.