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Mercedes W13 boosted by new turbocharger – report

Mercedes have reportedly found power unit gains in their turbocharger, by the supposed creation of a new supercharging system. The Italian branch of Motorsport.com claims that the reigning Constructors' Championship winners have brought in a new turbo specialist to help with the design of the power unit. According to the report, the new turbo configuration is supposedly 'capable of enhancing the qualities of the six-cylinder and hybrid recharging, allowing more extreme strategies.” The new E10 fuel will see Formula 1 cars use fuel with 10% of its mix coming from renewable sources. There had been widespread thought that the new fuel would cause a slight power reduction, but the report...
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