With only four races to go until the end of the Formula 1 season, most teams are in the final stages of building their cars. Team upgrades for the United States Grand Prix are known, especially the leading team Mercedes Publishes a lot.
This weekend, Red Bull can clinch the Constructors’ Championship in Austin, with Mercedes making another attempt at the long-awaited victory and ending their winning streak. Lewis Hamilton And it will be interesting to see who can compete for second place in the championship between Checo Pérez and Charles Leclerc will win. For the first of the last four Grands Prix this season, these teams have decided to upgrade their cars.
Also interesting: In pictures: Mercedes updates for race weekend in America
The German team is the only leading team with new regions. Notably, the same team has promised that this is the last update for this year. This mainly concerns the front wing, which according to rumors may not be as per the regulations. This means the front wing cannot be used on race weekends. This is mainly about the ‘eyebrow wings’ on the front wing. For now, these are still rumors and nothing has been revealed by the FIA. Mercedes has also brought updates to the platform. The front wing is clearly visible below.
A solid start to our Austin weekend. Come back in a few hours. pic.twitter.com/Ndq00FVP6V
— Mercedes-AMG PETRONAS F1 Team (@MercedesAMGF1) October 21, 2022
Alpine and Alfa Romeo
As it became clear earlier this week, Alpine’s car will receive its latest update in the US. Only by car Esteban Ocon Apply this update, they are updates to the floor. There is also Alfa Romeo Mick Schumacher And Valtteri Bottas He gave an update related to the floor of the car.
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