Schumacher and Rosberg show off new Mercedes F1 car in the Valencia pit lane
1 February 2010

Mercedes GP has revealed its 2010 W01 Formula One car in Valencia.

Michael Schumacher and Nico Rosberg showed off the Mercedes W01 in the pit lane at the circuit this morning, ahead of the first F1 test session which is now under way.

See the new Mercedes W01 F1 car

Rosberg will give the car its first shakedown before Schumacher drives contemporary F1 machinery for the first time in three years later on this afternoon.

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Mercedes is using its iconic Silver Arrows livery made famous in the 1950s. The W01 is the latest F1 car on this year’s grid to use the Red Bull-style front nose which was so successful for last year's runner-up team towards the end of last season.

Today’s test will feature seven of the 13 teams on 2010’s grid.

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1 February 2010

Rosberg looks scared to death.... i guess he is a bit nervous about his new team mate, i would be.

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