James Allison explains what Mercedes is doing to improve the W14

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Mercedes Chief Technical Officer James Allison details the steps the team is taking to improve their troubles 2023 car.

After a very successful Australian Grand Prix, Mercedes is now more motivated than ever to continue improving the performance of their 2023 car – the W14.

In Mercedes’ race debrief video, Chief Technical Officer James Allison explained what the team is doing to further improve the car.

“We are working as hard as we can in the wind tunnel to find more downforce,” the Briton said..

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“We will be working as hard as we can in the drawing office to convert the things that the wind tunnel found a few weeks ago into performance that we deliver to the track.

“We will be working in the drawing office also to bring some mechanical parts to the car, some different suspension components that we think will help the underlying balance of the car and make it a more driveable thing, making it something that the drivers have more confidence to push right to the limits.

“And we will be working on the normal sort of simulation loop and routine that allow us to prepare for the race weekends that are coming up, making sure that we land the car in the right place when we get to the race,” Allison concluded.

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