Feb 23, 2021
Mercedes Teaser Confirms Niki Lauda Star To Remain on 2021 F1 Car
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In 2021, Mercedes is going for an extension of their record of consecutive constructors’ championship. They beat Ferrari last season and will gun for their eight this year around. They are scheduled to launch their 2021 car on March 2, 2021.
The team took on the black livery last year to stand against racism and commitment to diversity.The team also adopted a red halo after Niki Lauda’s death in his tribute. The German joined the team back in 2013 and helped build the foundations that led to the dominating era.
He was a dear friend of Toto Wolff and played an important role in bringing Hamilton to the team as well. It looks like the team will continue to sport the red halo tribute to Niki Lauda this season as well, along with their black livery from last year.
As we all look out for the 2021 livery of Mercedes, the team just gave us a sneak peek into their car for this season. The team posted a picture on Twitter captioned, “We promised a W12 tease.”
The picture looks amazing and the attractive red halo, in honour of Niki Lauda, looks absolutely incredible. It’s keeping in line with Mercedes acknowledging the German’s spirit in their 2021 campaign. The former champion would have turned 72 yesterday.
Meanwhile, another interesting thing to notice in the picture is the letters ‘KE’ towards the left end of the picture. Could that be NIKE?
Is the brand that is synonymous with winning entering the Formula 1 sport with the team synonymous with winning? We’re going to have to wait till March 2, 2021 to get our answers!
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Mercedes has always been acknowledging of the individuals working hard behind the scenes. The team’s pursuit of excellence is one of the reasons for their long-term domination in the sport.
Meanwhile, In a recent interview, Mike Elliott, Mercedes technology director, explains how the team will be more dangerous after losing.
“When you lose, you are driven to find out why. We see that in the team. When we lose a race we think ‘why did we lose that?’ The reaction to go and find out why, gather all the learning you possibly can, and turn that into the next step in performance is huge,” he explained.BUDAPEST, HUNGARY – Lewis Hamilton of Great Britain driving the (44) Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team Mercedes W11 drives during the Formula One Grand Prix of Hungary at Hungaroring in Budapest, Hungary. (Photo by Clive Mason – Formula 1/Formula 1 via Getty Images)
Niki Lauda was one of the important foundations of the Silver Arrows team going into the new era. The German champion believed that an individual learns the most from losing. The team still continues to exhibit the learning spirit of Niki Lauda.
The 2022 technical regulation could see Mercedes end their domination and that’s when we will find out how the Brackley team would try to win the championship again.
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NYC fruit stand reopens 24 hours after scary Midtown car crash
Ugur Dikici, 44, worked until 4 a.m. Saturday to get his business ready for customers.see also
Dikici got help from friends who gave him a few metal stalls and luckily had extra goods in his truck.
“I can’t lose a day. I have family. I have two kids — 13 and 16. My daughter,, she is preparing for the college. It’s hard,” he said. “And the business is not like before. In the last year – you know, the pandemic – it’s slow. I’m here seven days a week.”
“I worked until four o’clock in the morning,” he said. “I’m tired. But I’m used to it. Usually I work 16 or 17 hours a day.
One of the survivors of the domino-like crash, George Soliman, 54, told The Post he tried to move out of the way but wasn’t fast enough.
The fruit stand with its contents and scaffolding fell on him. He has pain in his knees, arms, back, it hurts to turn his head from side to side.
“I see the car is coming,” Soliman recalled. “It was coming fast – crazy man, crazy man. It was hitting everything – boom, boom. I fell in the street. I fall on my face. Everything was coming down on us. The fruits all over me. The scaffolding fell on my back and my knee and my arms and my fingers. Thank you, God! Thank you, God! I’m alive. I’m really lucky.”With the help of friends, and working until 4am, Ugur Dikici was able to put his fruit stand back up.
Georgett Roberts/NY PostUgur Dikici's was crashed into on Friday, March, 5 2021.
Georgett RobertsThe Midtown car wreck stretched from 49th Street to 51st.
William FarringtonMore of the destruction caused by the car wreck.
William FarringtonUgur Dikici said re-opening so quickly was valuable to his business.
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The incident unfolded around 8:30 a.m., when a 66-year-old man, who was later found to have suffered a medical episode, rammed his Nissan van into a black Toyota Camry from behind on Second Avenue — sending the car hurtling through the dining area near East 50th Street.
Two young boys, ages 5 and 7, were hit by flying debris from the empty outdoor set-up at Crave Fishbar, cops said.
The destruction continued for another block. The van crashed into Dikici’s fruit stand and some scaffolding before coming to a halt at East 49th Street, according to cops and witnesses. In all, seven people were hurt.Filed under car crashes , dining , midtown , new york city , small business , 3/6/21