The Mercedes-AMG F1 W11 EQ Performance is an evolution of last year’s contender – the car that won Mercedes its historic sixth consecutive double championship.
Mercedes W11 he team has looked at a myriad of areas to improve the car and has changed the vast majority of the over 10,000 parts of the car
The Mercedes-AMG F1 W11 EQ Performance is expected to become the fastest Mercedes race car ever built.
“The regulations stayed largely the same for the new year, so for us it was all about trying to make sure that we don’t run out of development steam on a package Mercedes W11
“We wanted to change aspects of the concept of the car – aspects that would be completely Mercedes W11
We tried to make a few well-chosen architectural changes to keep the development slope strong even though the regulations are now a little bit longer in the tooth.”Mercedes W11
In addition to many detail changes and smaller improvements, the team has introduced three larger changes – one at the front, one at the middle and one at the back of the car.Mercedes W11
“At the front we have accepted more structural complexity around the uprights At the front we have accepted more structural complexity around the uprights Mercedes W11
“In the middle of the car we have followed the pitlane trend by moving our upper side impact tube to the lower position Mercedes W11
“At the rear of the car we have gone for an adventurous suspension layout in order to free up aerodynamic development opportunity.Mercedes W11