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Mercedes-Benz W125

Streamliners – Daimler-Benz Through The

By Ed McDonough | Photos as credited

The of streamlining and streamliners has been for countless decades, though it is to find two people who agree on what streamlining means. It has used in reference to everything small weapon-like implements to locomotives, aircraft and ships. The ingredient, however, has always the quest to make something of high speed.

In motor we perhaps learned more streamlining, and its limits, when increased about aerodynamics in Modern motor racing has billions in aerodynamics which has out to be a far more sophisticated field of than streamlining. The issues become far more complex just going fast and top In many ways, streamlining has irrelevant in understanding aerodynamics…we hardly call many racing machines ‘streamlined’.

as a developing semi-science, was about air resistance. From the 1930s to the there was an obsession in the railway about reducing resistance, in the ‘bullet trains’. That spread to aircraft and automobiles, because it had economic and performance and partly because it became Competition swimmers were, and equally obsessed with streamlined to reduce friction water so they can increase Swimsuits, swim hats, and shapes have all changed in the of the more streamlined swimmer. cars, bicycles, forms of transport and even diners suit. In the burgeoning world of speed automobile adventures, became an end in itself.

In the car world, production vehicles of types were streamlined…everything the 1910 A.L.F.A. 40/60HP, the T77, the VW Beetle, the Saab 92, the Airflow to the recent Honda hybrid car have had a go at using The Romanian Persu of 1922 had a low drag coefficient of 0.22. breakers pioneered attempts at huge strides with such as the Bluebird, Blue Goldenrod, JCB Dieselmax and the Thrust In both sports car and grand racing, many companies and builders focussed specifically on to gain advantage.

Before WWII, Mercedes-Benz, and Maserati with its 4CL built streamlined versions of their cars. Post-war, Vanwall, Cooper and Protos all had special for circuits where high was essential. Of all of these, however, was the manufacturer which took most seriously and worked at it the 1930s through the 1950s, and to the present day in production cars. Of all the products of that long one stands out. That is the W196 Grand Prix car became the W196 Streamliner… W196R . Though this car for many what a real should look like, it was not a major competition success. the mists of time, though, doesn’t seem to matter a People loved and remember fabulous shape when it was unveiled in 1954 and soared to an win in its first race at Reims in

Mercedes – The Early Days of

By the time that Adolf was supporting two German manufacturers in racing in 1933, Auto and Daimler-Benz, the latter company had been in motor sport for a of a century. But 1934 signalled a in the racing world and a new formula into existence. The Mercedes-Benz SSK and series had been racing in the Formula Libre 1920s, and was even a streamlined version von Brauchitsch’s SSKL designed by But the W06 series were large and with seven-litre engines were technologically outdated. The new called for a maximum weight of 750 and the company designed a car to that restriction with an engine the size of its predecessor…the new W25. would be a premium on shaping a car could perform well on of the faster circuits with restrictive formula. But the Benz had already included clever on the early aerodynamics of the Blitzen and the 1923 Tropfenwagen.

Early streamlining — the Blitzen Benz. (Photo:

The Blitzen Benz in 1911, a rapid early Benz (Photo: Daimler-Benz)

Thus the W25 for the race at Avus in 1934 a body design aimed at at the very high speed venue, though at this the streamlining was fairly conservative. problems in practice led the team to from it s first race, but it won a few weeks later at the Nurburgring. It was at race that the white was scraped from the W25 to save weight, lending strength to the that this was the birth of the Arrow. However, it seems Manfred von Brauchitsch ran a car a few years which he dubbed the ‘Silber Nevertheless the title stuck the race at the Ring.


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The 1934 W25 sedan’ record car driven by Caracciola. (Photo: Daimler-Benz)

testing the W25 ‘racing sedan’ in 1934. (Photo: Daimler-Benz)

The cars received a vast of attention because it was in fact in Germany that there was a public interest in streamlining and the concept of reducing drag. As says, this idea the public and governmental imaginations, because Germany had fabulous new where it was possible to drive at high speeds, and this was a temptation as fuel was becoming a commodity, and the ability to drive without wasting fuel was an achievement.

The 1934 record used the 3360 cc supercharged which was producing 430 bhp and achieving 318 per hour, some 200 mph. By a four stroke twin engine with twelve appeared. This had a capacity of cc and now produced 616 bhp, reaching a top of 372 kph, or over 230 mph. was still the basic W25 but with a different engine. Rudolf made numerous record during 1936 with car and information was fed back into the of the 1937 grand prix

Caracciola drove this W25 car at 372 kph on the Frankfurt-Darmstadt Autobahn in 1936. Daimler-Benz)

Such was the pressure of the air on the car that the nose caved in and additional supports. (Photo:

This is an early photo of the Mercedes-Benz W125 that race at Avus. (Photo:

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