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'Mercedes takes big step with engine, makes concessions on chassis design'

After earlier this week the Italian branch of Motorsport.com already reported that Mercedes will be at the start in 2022 with a completely new turbo, the AS-Web Sunday is coming up with similar reporting. This will not only further boost reliability, but also provide extra horsepower for Lewis Hamilton and George Russell. Two problems addressed When designing the power unit, Mercedes defined two problems: reliability was insufficient and the competition had caught up with the engine from Brackley in terms of power. The German formation seems to have found solutions to this, although concessions had to be made for the W13 design. Last year Valtteri Bottas and Hamilton had to have their...
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