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Mercedes SLS AMG will be used at all 19 F1 races this season
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1 March 2010

The Mercedes SLS AMG will be used as Formula One’s safety car this season.

The car will be used at all 19 grand prix and will be driven by Germany’s Bernd Maylander.

See the Mercedes SLS AMG safety car pics

The gullwing model will reach UK showrooms this summer, priced from £157,500. Power comes from a 6.2-litre V8 engine, which helps the SLS get from 0-62mph in 3.8sec and go onto to reach a top speed of 200mph. It produces 563bhp and 479lb ft.

F1’s official medical car will again be a Mercedes C63 AMG estate.

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david RS 1 March 2010

Re: F1's new safety car revealed

Much more beautiful than all those horrible f1!

MattDB 1 March 2010

Re: F1's new safety car revealed

Nice.

Can't wait for a crash

Lotus Man 1 March 2010

Re: F1's new safety car revealed

one more reason to watch the F1 this year...!

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