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simonlang

ok i should have used other words, sorry for that.

word is from adam cooper that he can see an unpainted mp4/28 right there and it has a stepped nose.

found the pic

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looks nearly as bad as the f2012, hope they keep the cover!!!

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TheLegendOfMart

I was just about to come post this, you are right I apologise.

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Ferrari F138

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TheLegendOfMart

I really like that a little splash more of black, at least it doesn't have a visible stepped nose.

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simonlang

first good looking ferrari since many years :D

also seems a clean design and probably pretty fast.

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i11usive

F138 looks very nice .. agree with TheLegendOfMart - black looks very nice.

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+Frank B.

Force India VMJ06

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TheLegendOfMart

Was hoping for a bit more of a change, but considering the rules are pretty much the same as 2012 it's to be expected.

Can't wait for 2014, pretty much a level playing field.

Looks like the Lotus is going to be the only ugly car on the field this year so far.

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simonlang

totally forgot that force india launches today as well ... :D :blush:

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LeGourmand

Looks like the Lotus is going to be the only ugly car on the field this year so far.

I'm pretty sure they gonna use a modesty panel, there's always some change before the car reveal and the first race. They probably didn't want to show it being the first to show the car.

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+Frank B.

Sauber C32

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TheLegendOfMart

Did someone wheel out the wrong car, paint scheme looks like 2010 HRT :D

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simonlang

awesome car that sauber.... :woot:

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Noir Angel

Everyone is entitled to their opinion, but you are misjudged here, Lewis Hamilton is NO way the best driver currently alive. Statistics prove this if you need furthur proof.

To be honest, he shouldn't even be in F1 with his attitude and immaturity. He needs about 1 or 2 years away from F1 then come back and hopefully he'll be less cocky, but his personal life will always make him cocky, which is unfortunate for him as he has some potential he just doesn't know how to use it.

Haters gonna' hate. He drove as maturely and well during 2012 as he's ever done in his career, the only mistake I can recall him making all year was not letting Maldonado past at Valencia, and even then given Maldonado tried to pass him off the track it's arguable as to whether it was an error.

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To quote an earlier post:

Mercedes GP are using social media to time the online launch of the W04: http://www.mercedes-...4-online-reveal

So if you want to see Lewis Hamilton's car, better get busy tweeting later.

#F1W04Reveal is trending, sure. The Mercedes AMG F1 website on the other hand is down. Colour me surprised. :rolleyes:

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simonlang

still waiting for mercedes online presentation.... :s :s :s

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RB9:

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simonlang

again it looks like they have the most advanced exhaust solution judging from that pic

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i guess the car will be fast, but imho the ferrari will be faster this time.

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Very brief first look at the Mercedes AMG F1 W04:

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Looks like Mr Hamilton is now using a BlackBerry Z10 as smartphone.

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Picture of the car courtesy of Nico Rosberg:

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BlackBerry sponsoring confirmed.

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simonlang

car looks as bad as its drivers :D

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Scuderia Toro Rosso STR8

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