Recently, the Mercedes tweeted a video where technical director, James Allison highlighted the difference between 2018’s W09 and 2019’s W10. All in all, it was a very informative video. He mostly explained that the biggest differences between the two cars are the regulations for their respective years.
The W10 will soon be seen in action when the Australian GP swings by. So far, they have not had such a great time during pre-season testing, where Ferrari have the edge. Hopefully for their sake, they manage to iron out all the issues within these two weeks so that we can get a proper fight, with possibly Red Bull joining the fun.
— Mercedes-AMG F1 (@MercedesAMGF1) March 5, 2019
Twitter later reacted to the video and put in their thoughts.
What a brilliant explanation of the new regulations. Hats off to @MercedesAMGF1 and James for taking us through them 👍
— Martin Priddy (@MartinPriddy) March 5, 2019
Great insight to the new car, enjoyed watching it and also understood the new regs much better. Can’t wait for the new season
— black rose (@linsahobbs) March 5, 2019
Give James more screen time, always a joy to watch contents with him in it 👍🏻
— Riswan (@RahmadPrada) March 5, 2019
Fabulous video, I thoroughly enjoyed listening and watching it all.
— Tim Holmes Design (@timholmesdesign) March 5, 2019
Kudos to @MercedesAMGF1 and James Allison for the detailed and open explanation of some of the development of the W10. His pride and joy in the car and the team shines through.
— Barbara Melville (@BarbMelville) March 5, 2019
Excellent explanation. Kudos to Mercedes, and if the cars are as matched to the red machines as seen in testing then the ace card will be @LewisHamilton who has an ability to extract the minutest gains possible. Roll on 10 days time
— MMulla (@mmulla69) March 5, 2019
— Damon Hill (@HillF1) March 5, 2019
— Giorgio Ferrara (@giorgioferrara) March 5, 2019
F1 pundits, be afraid, be very afraid…
Bravo, James. Bravo, Mercedes. https://t.co/pUyi3z1EFT
— Steve Matchett (@MrSteveMatchett) March 6, 2019