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Mercedes reveal if they’re expecting to have race-winning pace at Silverstone

Mercedes chief technical officer Andrew Shovlin is hopeful that the Silver Arrows can have their best weekend yet at the upcoming British Grand Prix. Mercedes have spent the first nine rounds of the year working through their “porpoising” and bouncing issues that have been caused by the ground effect aerodynamics under the new technical regulations.

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Mercedes respond to rumour 2022 car failed crash test

Mercedes have denied reports that their 2022 car failed a side crash test from the FIA, insisting that the W13 is ready to go for the new season. The Brackley-based team were said to have failed the side-on collision test, as the Italian edition of Motorsport.com had reported. “The static test was not passed a

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Mercedes CTO warns 2022 shake-up ‘dwarfs anything else I’ve ever seen’

Mercedes chief technical officer James Allison has revealed that the technical regulations imposed for the 2022 season are some of the biggest he has ever seen in Formula 1. In a move that sees the return of ground effect, there will be significant changes to the aerodynamic features in 2022, while 18-inch tyres and slightly

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James Allison Steps Down As Mercedes Technical Director, Becomes CTO

James Allison will step down from his position as technical director of the Mercedes F1 Team in July, with technology director Mike Elliott replacing him. Allison will remain a key senior figure of the Silver Arrows, as he will take on the newly created role of chief technical officer (CTO) at the Brackley-based team. Follow

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Mercedes Secret Floor Revealed, Bottas Hampered By Gearbox Issue

Mercedes have revealed the rear floor of their 2021 car, the W12, as day one of pre-season testing got underway in Bahrain on Friday. The Silver Arrows opted to hide the rear floor area – the part of the car most affected by the changes to the technical regulations this season – when they unveiled


Mercedes Hide W12’s Rear Floor Area From Competitors

Mercedes unveiled their 2021 car on Tuesday, but not all elements of the car were available for the public – and rival teams – to see. Speaking during the Silver Arrows’ live unveiling of the W12, Mercedes technical director James Allison noted that they had covered the rear floor section to prevent their competitors from

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Mercedes Are ‘Clear Favourites’ To Win 2021 Championship – Horner

With plenty of driver moves, revised regulations and two rebranded teams, 2021 looks set to be another fascinating season of F1 – and many in the paddock believe it will be just as competitive as last year. Fans are hopeful that the sharp end of the field, in particular, will be more competitive than it

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Mercedes: ‘Racing Point Deserves A Lot Of Credit’ For Copying Design

Adrian Newey, Red Bull’s chief technical officer, is widely considered to be one of the greatest race car designers of all-time, with his designs winning several F1 Championships. However, in a recent interview, Mercedes’ technical director James Allison suggested that the media has overhyped Newey and allowed the Silver Arrows to “fly under the radar”