Hamilton talks about Mercedes and their first F1 cars

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Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, 2013

Lewis Hamilton talked about his upcoming debut for Mercedes while visiting the team in Stuttgart yesterday. See what he had to say in this video:

Hamilton also had a chance to examine some of Mercedes’ classic Grand Prix racing cars in their heritage museum.

Among the cars in this video are a 1934 W25 of the type he drove in 2009. He also had a look at a 1954 W196 in both streamliner and non-streamliner form, the last car Mercedes won a Grand Prix with until last year:

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13 comments on Hamilton talks about Mercedes and their first F1 cars

  1. matt90 (@matt90) said on 22nd January 2013, 19:10

    mercedes created some of the most stunning cars between the 30′s and 50′s.

  2. jh1806 (@jh1806) said on 22nd January 2013, 20:08

    Something just doesn’t quite work on camera when Hamilton is doing his Mercedes stuff, I can’t put my finger on it!

  3. The old Mercedes F1 cars’ cockpits are ridiculously camped (as Hamilton didn’t fail to point out)! I couldn’t imagine now driver’s in cars where the steering wheel was so close to you face and no seat belts: it looks almost as if you could fall out of the car if you didn’t hang on through the corners! Safety has progressed immensely since then but I will say one thing: those cars are mesmerisingly beautiful.

  4. James Robertson (@mclarenboy0310) said on 23rd January 2013, 0:58

    I really really want that shell jacket in the last part of his video but seeing that a mclaren one costs £120 it will probz be £200 for Mercedes one.

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