Today Lewis Hamilton is once again driving at the Imola circuit aboard the Mercedes-AMG F1 W10 EQ Power + The reason lies in the first of the two days where, together with the tire manufacturer Pirelli, the Mercedes drivers will continue developing the new 18-inch tires they will use in the next 2022 Formula One season. After the tests hed at the Jerez circuit with Ferrari and later in Bahrain again with Ferrari and Alpine, it’s up to Mercedes to test with slick dry tires. The single-seater of the 2019 season is used with suspensions and other components suitably modified to accommodate the larger diameter tires. The current 2021 car, the W12 E Performance, is not adopted, certainly to not accumulate kilometres at the power unit and compromise its reliability. The understandable decision as it would be the same engine used during the races of the current season, and there is no need to wear it for tests. Recall that the second race of the Formula 1 world championship has just taken place in this spectacular circuit; Hamilton has made an important comeback that has seen him reach the second step of the podium. The Mercedes-AMG F1 W10 EQ Power + single-seater adopts the 1.6-litre V6 Turbo engine moved by the 8-speed + RM sequential gearbox; traction is rear. The frame is in carbon fibre with a honeycomb structure; the car’s total weight is 743 kg. In the 2019 season, it hit the target of world champion for both titles, [More]
A couple of days after the GP weekend at Imola Circuit, Pirelli did a two-days test session to further develop their 18-inch tyres which will be introduced in 2022 with the upcoming new technical rules. Mercedes-AMG was the team chosed for this test (the 4th out of 10 test sessions, totalling 28 days, planned for 2021) and the victorious W10 EQ Power+ from 2019 was made available for this purpose. Of course the car was slightly modified to host the bigger sized wheels and featuring the 2021 livery of the W12 E Performance due to sponsors’ contracts. Honestly I wasn’t bother to see them mounted on a current car, they didn’t even seem that much oversized for this car’s design. Maybe it was just because of the wheel’s black colour which camouflages them a bit even if their dimensions and total heights are different compared to current tyres. Anyway remember that the new 18-inch tyres will be suitable for a total different car design. Enjoy this video from the first day with Lewis Hamilton behind the wheel! #MercedesAMG #Pirelli #Pirelli2022 ———————————————————————- I have to thank my friends and youtubers @Italiansupercarvideo and @MattyB727 – Car Videos for the great collaboration done during this event. Don’t forget to subscribe to their channels!! — Subscribe to my 2nd channel here: You can also find and follow me on: – Flickr: – Facebook: – Instagram: – Camcorder: Canon Legria HF G30 & GX10 + Canon DM-100 Microphone, Sony AX-53 + [More]
Watch the Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton testing the new 18-inch Pirelli tyres at Imola Circuit for the first time! What are your thoughts? Let me know in the comments! #LewisHamilton #F1 #Mercedes​​ – Event: 2022 Pirelli 18-inch Tyres Test – Where: Imola, Italy – When: 20th April 2021 Follow me! • Youtube:​​ • Instagram:​​ • Facebook:​​ I have to thank my friends and youtubers @19Bozzy92 and @Italiansupercarvideo for the great collaboration done during the event. Don’t forget to subscribe to their channels!
The Special Edition Pagani Huayra Imola 1/5 registered in Gibraltar (United Kingdom)
#CarlosSainz and #CharlesLeclerc definitely enjoyed their experience at Imola behind the wheel of the #FerrariSF90Stradale Assetto Fiorano & the #FerrariSF90Spider. We didn’t even ask them for a comment. Everything we needed to know was in the excitement on their faces. #Ferrari Fuel consumption / CO2 Emissions: Under homologation Subscribe to Ferrariworld:…​ Follow us on: Facebook:​ Instagram:​ Twitter:​ Ferrari Since 1947
During a private supercar gathering in Switzerland, I have filmed this $3.0 Million Pagani Huayra Imola in action on the drag strip racing against other hypercars. Liked the video? Click the ‘like’ button, comment, and subscribe! Follow me: Subscribe: FACEBOOK: INSTAGRAM: TWITTER: #gumbaltv
Here’s a brief video of the upcoming Pagani Huayra Imola, testing at Franciacorta Circuit a few months ago. The Imola should be a hardcore version of the already hardcore Huayra BC. At first it was commissioned by the owner of the tuning company TopCar Design as a one-off example but now Pagani is going to produce a limited run of only 5 cars (maybe with a different name). #PaganiHuayraImola #HuayraImola #HuayraBC — Subscribe to my 2nd channel here: You can also find and follow me on: – Flickr: – Facebook: – Instagram: Camcorder: Canon Legria HF G40 + Canon DM-100 Microphone Where: Autodromo di Franciacorta, Italy Link To My Channel: THANKS FOR WATCHING AND SUBSCRIBE!!!
Two new Pagani creations, their European preview planned for the 2020 edition of the Geneva Motor Show. Following the cancellation of this important event, here we are, directly from our Atelier in Modena, sharing with you what brought us to the two cars that we will be unveiling today.
Driving in the Swiss mountains with hypercars like this must be heaven! This time I have filmed a lot of hypercars during the 2019 Supercar Owners Circle. You will see the Mclaren P1, Ferrari F50, LaFerrari, Koenigsegg One:1, Chiron Sport, Pagani Huayra Imola and a lot more! I hope you enjoy the video. Feel free to hit the ‘thumbs up’ button if you like the video! Make sure that you follow me on YouTube and subscribe to my supercar channel for the latest videos! FOLLOW ME ALSO ON OTHER SOCIAL MEDIA: Facebook: Instagram: BE SURE AND WATCH THIS VIDEO IN 1080p HD 50FPS QUALITY! Thanks for watching! Ciao, Chris /#cvdzijden
SUBSCRIBE to the OFFICIAL BBC YouTube channel: LAUNCH BBC iPlayer to access Live TV and Box Sets: More about this programme: In the first of a brand new series, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May head to Italy for a supercar shootout featuring the Lamborghini Aventador, the McLaren MP4-12C and the Noble M600. Their trip starts at the incredible Nardo test track, a facility so massive it is visible from space, before heading north for a nerve wracking drive around the centre of Rome. The journey concludes at the legendary Imola circuit, a track challenging enough to have embarrassed many an F1 driver, with a timed challenge against the incredible skills of The Stig.