The halo doesn't have any spoilers on it this weekend to reduce drag (believe the logo used to be on the halo spoiler elements).
I'll take Vettel any day, thank you. F1 fans is a much more generalised term no?selvam_e2002 wrote: ↑Thu Apr 25, 2019 6:26 amI hope we can see Alonso in F1 after claiming triple crown by this may and Joins Ferrari. It helps Libery as well to get more viewers in F1. It should be very interesting to watch/see battle of Alonso Vs Hamilton instead of Hamilton vs Vettel. I hope still F1 fans love to see those two(ham and alonso) fight on track in F1.
It is all speculation. Lets wait and see.....
Read it again.... these costs don't include...... and thats referring to the 320 million.
No where in that article does it say the engine is included.NathanOlder wrote: ↑Sun May 05, 2019 10:20 amAccording to this article it does include Engine.
https://www.gpblog.com/en/news/36347/me ... ships.html
This to me reads, the car development cost Merc £320 million in 2018. This figure (£320) doesn't include the costs of the engine. If you add those costs (I assume engine costs) to the total bill for Mercedes, then the average costs of the car has been over £400 million.but the last title-winning Mercedes car, the W09 in 2018, cost £320.6 million to develop ($422.3 million).
However, these costs don't include the development of an engine, which is a massive expense for Mercedes. If you add those costs to the total bill for the Silver Arrows, the average cost of developing a title-winning car for the Germans has been over £400 million or $500 million.