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Mercedes-Benz W196

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Kling driving W 196 at Nürburgring

The W196 was the Formula 1 entry of in the 1954 Formula One season and Formula One season . winning 9 of 12 at the hands of Juan Manuel and Stirling Moss .

Its delayed on the 1954 French Grand brought the streamlined Typ Monza for the high speed track at (and later Autodromo Monza ), and scored a 1-2 victory Fangio and Karl Kling a fastest lap with youngster Herrmann .

Another remarkable first was the use of valve and Fuel injection . on previous experience collected the engines of the Messerschmitt Bf 109 fighters. As the body was not situable for twistier causing a defeat at its second at Silverstone Circuit . a proper was introduced at the Nürburgring . Fangio, who had won the first two GPs of 1954 with a . won this and the two following GPs, his 2nd World Championship. In late at the 1954 Spanish Grand . the low-mounted Mercedes air-intake was with leaves. The race was and the air-intake moved to the top of the hood.

In the 1955 Formula One season . was shortened after the 1955 Le disaster . the Mercedes managed to win all but one the 1955 Monaco Grand . where Hans Herrmann in practice, and the other 3 cars did not At his 1955 British Grand home event, Stirling finished 0.2 seconds ahead of for his first GP win.

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For Sportscar of the 1955 World Sportscar season . the Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR was derived it.

The new 1954 Formula 1 rules engines of 2.5 litres naturally or, alternatively, 0.75 litres The 1939 Mercedes 2-stage 1.5 litre 64.0×58.0 mm V8 (1,493 cu in) gave 278 bhp (207 kW) at 8,250 rpm about 2.7 atm (270 kPa) Halving this would only given 139 bhp (104 The expected target range for engines was 250 to 300 bhp (190 to 220 kW). by Mercedes showed that 290 bhp kW) at 10,000 rpm could be achieved 0.75 litres with a pressure of 4.4 atm (450 kPa). 390 shp kW) would have been with 100 hp (75 kW) being required to the supercharger. Fuel consumption have been 2.3 times than an naturally aspirated developing the same power. 115 bhp/l (86 kW/l) at 9,000 rpm was developed by naturally aspirated racing engines, it was decided a 2.5 litre engine was the correct This was a significant change of since all previous Mercedes-Benz Prix engines since the had been supercharged.

The 2,496.87 cc (152.368 cu in) straight 8 mm) gave 257 bhp (192 kW) at the 1954 GP which was its first race. 1955, this had increased to 290 bhp kW) at 8,500 rpm. The 2,981.70 cc cu in) sports car (78.0×78.0 mm) gave 310 bhp kW) at 7,500 rpm and was a bored and stroked of the F1 engine complete with valves and fuel injection. length inlet tracts experimented with and four drive considered. An eventual 340 bhp kW) at 10,000 rpm was targeted for the 2.5 litre F1

After winning all three championships it competed in, Mercedes from motorsport at the end of the 1955

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