Mercedes reveal new F1 car for 2019 that Lewis Hamilton will hope can win him a sixth title

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Where’s the camo? Mercedes reveal new F1 car that Lewis Hamilton will hope can fire him towards a sixth world title… but fans left baffled by ‘new look’ claims

Dan Ripley for MailOnline

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Mercedes have revealed their new car for the 2019 season that they hope can lead them to a sixth straight championship double.   

The Silver Arrows have dominated the sport for the previous five seasons, winning both the drivers’ and constructors’ championships on each occasion.

Hamilton has won four of the drivers’ titles in that time, including in 2018, and is hopeful the new look W10 can power him to his sixth career championship that has only been bettered by Michael Schumacher’s seven.

Mercedes have unveiled their new car they hope will once again win them both world titles in the 2019 season

Mercedes have unveiled their new car they hope will once again win them both world titles in the 2019 season

Mercedes have unveiled their new car they hope will once again win them both world titles in the 2019 season

The team have claimed that the W10 is a new-look despite it featuring a very familiar colour scheme to previous seasons

The team have claimed that the W10 is a new-look despite it featuring a very familiar colour scheme to previous seasons

The team have claimed that the W10 is a new-look despite it featuring a very familiar colour scheme to previous seasons

Mercedes have won both world championships for the past five seasons and will begin 2019 as big favourites to retain them

Mercedes have won both world championships for the past five seasons and will begin 2019 as big favourites to retain them

Mercedes have won both world championships for the past five seasons and will begin 2019 as big favourites to retain them

The rear of the car features a slight update in that  arrows have been added to the engine cover in a nod to the team's logo

The rear of the car features a slight update in that  arrows have been added to the engine cover in a nod to the team's logo

The rear of the car features a slight update in that arrows have been added to the engine cover in a nod to the team’s logo

Mercedes had teased fans earlier in the day with a Twitter video showing their previous challengers dating back to 2010 when they returned to the sport as a full-time outfit since 1955.

 

More to follow… 

Hamilton heads into the 2019 season hoping to defend his drivers' world championship

Hamilton heads into the 2019 season hoping to defend his drivers' world championship

Hamilton heads into the 2019 season hoping to defend his drivers’ world championship

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