- F1: 2019 Mercedes-AMG W10 Formula 1 Car Unveiled
- GALLERY: The F1 cars of 2017 at a glance
- McLaren F1 2017 launch: First pictures as stunning new MCL32 car is unveiled
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F1: 2019 Mercedes-AMG W10 Formula 1 Car Unveiled
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With five championships under its belt, the Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 team is eyeing for its sixth world title this year. The team has unveiled the Mercedes W10 Formula 1 - its F1 challenger. The Brackley-based outfit released images of the new car, while W10 also made its first public appearance at the Silverstone circuit in the UK as drivers Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas began a shakedown. The car will have its first proper outing at a race track for the pre-testing in Barcelona, ahead of the new season that starts in March. The Mercedes W10 made its public debut at Silverstone during shakedown. The Mercedes W10 meets the new aerodynamic regulations that have governed the design of cars this year.
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Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. Photos: Teams unveil cars. Hide Caption. The British team, powered by Honda engines, was sixth in last year's constructors' standings. McLaren team boss Eric Boullier hopes the time world champion -- which last won a title in -- is "about to turn the corner.
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Toro Rosso News. The Williams FW40 Williams stole a march on their rivals by becoming the first team to offer F1 fans a look at the sport's new era of cars when they revealed computer-generated preview images of the FW It has been a disrupted winter for the Grove outfit with Valtteri Bottas' departure to Mercedes prompting Felipe Massa to u-turn on his retirement. But the team are also expected to announce the arrival of Paddy Lowe in the coming weeks. The Sauber C36 Have Sauber gone 'old school' with their new car?
GALLERY: The F1 cars of 2017 at a glance
Just 24 hours before that event, however, Mercedes released some teaser shots of the car — which included its nose design., Scuderia Ferrari will pull the covers off its prancing horse on February 15 at Maranello and broadcast the event live over the internet. The Scuderia will introduce its new car three days before pre-season testing kicks off in Barcelona on Monday February
McLaren F1 2017 launch: First pictures as stunning new MCL32 car is unveiled
The new F1 cars will look 'spectacular' according to one leading team boss, but the team technical chiefs have been discussing concerns that the drivers will find it hard to follow each other and to race, due to the increased aerodynamic effect of the new rules. At a meeting of team technical bosses yesterday at the FIA in Geneva, concerns were aired about the fact that the front wings are even more important than before and that one car following another, losing airflow and therefore downforce on the front wing, will find it hard to stay close enough through corners to try an overtake at the next braking zone. This is not new, these views have been aired before, but the fact that the discussion comes just weeks before half of the teams will roll out their new cars, shows that the concerns have not gone away, despite extensive simulation in the teams' factories. It has also become clear through the simulations that, although there is a greater emphasis on aerodynamics, a powerful engine is still very important to push the 'draggy' car through the air. It is for this reason that Red Bull boss Christian Horner has been saying that he still believes Mercedes will have the edge in It also appears that Ferrari has not been successful in its quest to ban the advanced suspension system s that create a shift of ride height between corners and straights, to optimise front wing downforce in the corners.
Ferrari finished a disappointing third in the standings, but with the SF70H they hope to take the fight to Mercedes and Red Bull once more. The Italian team have also promised definite progress with their power unit. Williams are confident that the FW40 - named in honour of the team's 40th year of F1 racing - represents a significant step forward, but will it return the former world champions back to the top of the podium? As soon as the RB13 was unveiled, the immediate talking point was the unusual looking hole at the end of its nose. Have Adrian Newey and his design team found a loophole not spotted by others in the much-revised regulations? Silverstone, England.