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Norbert Haug Concludes Tenure As Head Of Mercedes-Benz Motorsport
December 13, 2012
Haug has led the Motorsport division of Mercedes-Benz since October 1, 1990; since then, Mercedes-Benz and its partners won six Formula One world championship titles and took 87 Formula One victories.
Norbert Haug Concludes Tenure As Head Of Mercedes-Benz Motorsport

After more than 22 years as Head of Mercedes-Benz Motorsport, Daimler AG Vice President Norbert Haug will conclude his career at the end of 2012.
His contract will come to an end by mutual agreement with the Board of Management. Preparations for the forthcoming season continue as planned.
 
Haug has led the Motorsport division of Mercedes-Benz since October 1, 1990. In that time, Mercedes-Benz and its partners won six Formula One world championship titles and took 87 Formula One victories.

In the DTM, Mercedes teams won a total of 32 titles under Haug’s leadership.

Since the first title win in 1992, Mercedes-Benz has won 54% of all DTM races and about 60% of all DTM titles (drivers/manufacturers/teams).

During that period of time Mercedes-Benz has competed in 986 races in total (Formula One, Champ Car, GT, Group C, Formula 3) under Haug’s leadership and won 439 of them (45.4%).
 
“Norbert Haug was the face of the Mercedes-Benz Motorsport program for more than 20 years. For me, he put his stamp on a whole era and, as a highlight, he was responsible for the successful comeback of the Silver Arrows to Formula One,” said Dr. Dieter Zetsche, Head of Mercedes-Benz Cars and CEO of Daimler AG.