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Date Grand Prix Team
Car No 3
Grid
Position
Race
Position
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points
27. 03. 10 Australia Mercedes GP 11 Ret 0 0
10. 04. 10 Malaysian Mercedes GP 11 9 2 2
17. 04. 10 China Mercedes GP 14 8 4 6
08. 05. 10 Turkey Mercedes GP 8 12 0 6
22. 05. 10 Spain Mercedes GP 10 6 8 14
29. 05. 10 Monaco Mercedes GP 5 Ret 0 14
12. 06. 10 Canada Mercedes GP 8 4 12 26
26. 06. 10 European Mercedes GP 8 17 0 26
10. 07. 10 British Mercedes GP 13 9 2 28
24. 07. 10 Germany Mercedes GP 10 8 4 32
31. 07. 10 Hungary Mercedes GP 9 Ret 0 32
28. 08. 10 Belgium Mercedes GP 24 5 10 42
11. 09. 10 Italy Mercedes GP 8 5 10 52
25. 09. 10 Singapore Mercedes GP 8 RET 0 52
09. 10. 10 Japan Mercedes GP 8 6 8 60
16. 10. 10 Korean Mercedes GP 12 RET 0 60
30. 10. 10 India Mercedes GP 11 5 10 70
13. 11. 10 Abu Dhabi Mercedes GP 8 7 6 76
27. 11. 10 Brazil Mercedes GP 10 15 0 76
Drivers Championship Position 8th
More New rules and Pirelli now the sole tyre supplier.
Adjustable Rear Wing. This change is designed to increase the amount of overtaking. The driver-adjustable front wing of 2010 is gone, replaced by a driver-adjustable - but FIA regulated - rear wing. It has just two settings, ON and OFF effectively, with the ON setting increasing the gap between the main plane and the flap from 10-15mm to 50mm. This will reduce drag significantly and so improve top speed. Drivers can use the system at any time in practice and qualifying, but in the race there are restrictions. It cannot be used in the opening two laps, and then will only be made available to the driver at set points on the circuit if he is less than one second behind the car ahead. A dashboard light will notify him when the system is enabled. The system is deactivated when the driver releases the button or brakes

The Use of KERS system reinstated. The acronym KERS stands for Kinetic Energy Recovery System. The device recovers the kinetic energy that is present in the waste heat created by the carís braking process. It stores that energy and converts it into power that can be called upon to boost acceleration.

How does it work? There are principally two types of system - battery (electrical) and flywheel (mechanical). Electrical systems use a motor-generator incorporated in the carís transmission which converts mechanical energy into electrical energy and vice versa. Once the energy has been harnessed, it is stored in a battery and released when required.

Mechanical systems capture braking energy and use it to turn a small flywheel which can spin at up to 80,000 rpm. When extra power is required, the flywheel is connected to the carís rear wheels. In contrast to an electrical KERS, the mechanical energy doesnít change state and is therefore more efficient.

These 2 Items certainly induced the most overtaking in a season seen for several years


Not a great year but progress made has put Mercedes into the top 4 teams and challanging Ferrari & Mclaren-Mercedes
several times towards the end of the season...
Red Bull however have remained virtually untouchable With Sebastian Vettal taking his second consecutive
and very well deserved title




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