Mercedes will unleash its new W12 on Tuesday, which will be a continuation of last year’s title winning W11. Originally intended to be the last of its generation, the Mercedes team poured its resources into the W11 as it not only refined its own concepts, but also incorporated others too. It also featured an innovative solution that courted a wealth of attention from F1’s fans and the rest of the paddock too. Read Also: Serrated mirror mounts could be Mercedes’ latest F1 marginal gain Perhaps it’s a fitting time to delve under the covers of the W11 and explore the inner workings of one of F1’s most dominant machines. Mercedes-AMG F1 W10 Photo by: Mercedes AMG Mercedes AMG F1 Photo by: Mercedes AMG Compared to Mercedes’ W10 from 2019 (above left), the W11’s sidepods had received considerable attention over the off-season. Mercedes had been the last to adopt the concept that Ferrari first showcased in 2017 and required the crash structures on the side to be shifted down low in order to improve the car’s aerodynamics. The 2017 season was the first time since the side impact structures had been introduced in 2014 that the teams really had any latitude… Read full this story
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