Road to 2022: The F1 Technical Regulations, Explained! formula 1 technology

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Just how different are the new technical regulations for F1 2022? 👀 In episode two of our Road to 2022 series, Mike Elliott talks through what’s changed and how we’ve approached F1’s new era… 🤓 Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel to never miss any of our videos! # F1 # MercedesAMGF1 # F12022.

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31 comments

Raph Walker 23/02/2022 - 5:19 Chiều

Mecedes bullied the FIA into firing Masi BOYCOTT MERCEDES!!!!

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Okay Bro 23/02/2022 - 5:19 Chiều

I'm a Mercedes f1 team fan since 2014

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Glenn 23/02/2022 - 5:19 Chiều

I drank every time he said "different". Now I have blood in my alcohol veins.

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F1 23/02/2022 - 5:19 Chiều

THIS ISN'T A TEAM. ONE MAD DICTATOR AND WELL PAID SERVANTS.

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Toine Stoker 23/02/2022 - 5:19 Chiều

I think the car is different

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dcoog anml 23/02/2022 - 5:19 Chiều

Can't wait to see what you guys have got to bring. Every year in and out a piece of art is born bring on the w13

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anfeild8 23/02/2022 - 5:19 Chiều

This is what I like about mercedes, before each launch date, there is a unique update and explanation, about the rules and policies and regulations from a member of there engineering staff . great organisation company

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Richard Moonstone 23/02/2022 - 5:19 Chiều

People like Brundel making excuses for Masi about pressure are treating F1 like some sort of boys club and so they can just ignore the incompetence of a friend and keep him there and all will be fine. I can understand the pressure argument if he made a poor decision on a selection of options to pick from within the rules, but Masi broke a rule he knew was there and did whatever he wanted. It's like a referee is in a boxing match seeing a boxer hanging on the ropes while recieving a storm of punches and so having several options within the rules on how to referee that event, but then deciding instead of counting to 10 or calling an end to the fight, he would count to 60. You can say the referee should not have called the fight off and should have given the boxer a count to 10, but he was under too much pressure or had too many distractions and so rules should be made to help him, but if he counts to 60, you cannot say he did it because he had too much pressure or too many distractions. There is clearly something wrong with the referee who counts to 60 and he is showing a serious lack of respect for the sport, the supporters watching and the athletes involved. Masi did the equivalent of a referee of a boxing match counting to 60. Can you see a referee in a boxing match or heavy weight or any weight, championship especially, counting to 60 on a knock down and keeping his job. Boxing and the boxing federation will be a laughing stock and boxing will no longer be taken seriously as a fair sport and professionally functioning sport. This is the seriousness of Massi's actions and how the FIA deal with it. The world is watching. If Massi gets away with his actions and gets just a slap on the wrist, as Brundel seems to be promoting, the FIA will be joining Massi in showing the highest disrespect to the drivers, the supporters and Formula 1.

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yz yz 23/02/2022 - 5:19 Chiều

Go Amg Petronas, InsyaAllah amen yaRabb

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Kellie Brooks 23/02/2022 - 5:19 Chiều

Yes I've been very impressed with F1 s efforts…I remember watching a race not too long ago absolutely no passing the whole race….with fuel stops gone that also took drama away an strategy mystery

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Kellie Brooks 23/02/2022 - 5:19 Chiều

He did say the cars are going too fast so they been asked by safety to make them not so fast….understandably they have a thousand horse power that's a ton…..no matter what your driving…..especially 1300 pound single seater….thanks good luck to u guys thanks for the great show last year…you all can take a bow…oh u won the constructors I forgot

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Kellie Brooks 23/02/2022 - 5:19 Chiều

I know this year is an engineers dream job security probably had to higher a few extra engineers an lots of overtime haha yeah your welcome guys been working hard u know I'm just kidding cause it's u an not me…peace

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Parham Soozandeh 23/02/2022 - 5:19 Chiều

This video can set a Guinness world record for number of times the words "different" and "difference" were used

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bouytt guyt 23/02/2022 - 5:19 Chiều

Can't wait to see what you guys have got to bring. Every year in and out a piece of art is born bring on the w13

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Noomade 23/02/2022 - 5:19 Chiều

Shame that the black with red and green accents is going. Really nice livery.

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Peter B 23/02/2022 - 5:19 Chiều

Can anybody tell Mike Elliot to talk about how diffuser strakes work and WHY the pressure along the diffuser edge needs to be balanced? How balanced? Does spreading this "balanced"/equilized onset flow benefit from working through the whole better when being exposed to more working surface across the entire diffuser volume? Please. DETAILS !!!! Do shorter strakes mean less aero load the diffuser can make?

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qopoy dnon 23/02/2022 - 5:19 Chiều

Can't wait to see what you guys have got to bring. Every year in and out a piece of art is born bring on the w13

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F1 23/02/2022 - 5:19 Chiều

GERMANS DON'T CHEAT. GERMANS PAY BRITISH TO DO CHEATING. BUT WOLFF DIDN'T PAY ENOUGH TO AUSTRALIAN RACE DIRECTOR.

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Alain 87 23/02/2022 - 5:19 Chiều

Nothig new in this video

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Greg Dixon 23/02/2022 - 5:19 Chiều

I couldn't think of a more level headed and clever guy to have to have leading the technical team. I grew up with Mike and he was cool and collected even then. I remember him encouraging me to keep moving to avoid hypothermia when I fell out of a tree and into a massive puddle, and another time I choked on a smartie in his garden and he practically saved my life. Good luck Mike and the rest of the team, I'm counting the hours until lights out.

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Russxm 23/02/2022 - 5:19 Chiều

MFW i hear theyve been working on the car since 2020:

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F1 23/02/2022 - 5:19 Chiều

YOU NEED TO MAKE ILLEGAL TOOLS TO
KEEP YOUR JOB NEXT YEAR. IT'S GERMAN TEAM.

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the afk player 23/02/2022 - 5:19 Chiều

Were winning the championship this year

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h08817 23/02/2022 - 5:19 Chiều

Hey guys, wondering if the cleaning/cooling properties of ethanol have an impact on the longevity of the engines? Having watched "warped perception" youtube channel with clear cyllinders, it's amazing how there's no soot on the intake/exhaust ports whatsoever with lots of ethanol in the mix.

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M. Andretti 23/02/2022 - 5:19 Chiều

I hope to see a more balanced championship than in recent years. Your domain has become truly hateful.

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Loki i 23/02/2022 - 5:19 Chiều

2:12 savage

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F1 23/02/2022 - 5:19 Chiều

BRITISH ENGINEERS ARE WELL PAID BY NAZI MERC AND THEY DO ANYTHING.
DIFFERENT FROM BRITISH ENGINEERS IN BRITISH TEAM.

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Bert Jilk 23/02/2022 - 5:19 Chiều

In summary: different.

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GloomGaiGar 23/02/2022 - 5:19 Chiều

I'm always distracted by your cool couches. Good luck this season!

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ianloco100000 23/02/2022 - 5:19 Chiều

im not buying into it…waaaay to close to a spec series..just because the fia and f1 keep saying its not a spec they are trying their damned hardest to make it one…formula indy lets gooooooo

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Markus Hummel 23/02/2022 - 5:19 Chiều

Good luck, Mr. Elliott! I'll keep my fingers crossed…

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