1th consecutive times Formula 7 Teams Championship, which declared the Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Team, is coming to Istanbul for the Turkey Grand Prix will be held on 13-15 November.
Mercedes-AMG Petronas team drivers Lewis Hamilton and Valter of Bottas, after 9-year hiatus that included the F1 calendar will again triumphed in the Grand Prix of Turkey among the most pretentious names. Mercedes-AMG Petronas, which closed the first two lines with Lewis Hamilton and Valteri Bottas at Imola GP, the 13th race of the season, has won the Teams Championship since 2014, which is known as the transition to the turbo-hybrid era, and has not lost to any other team. successively reached his 7th championship.
Motorsports, accepted as the peak Formula classified 1th championship, breaking a record with the victory gained 7 that the Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Team, after the championship on 13-15 November for the first race will be coming to Turkey. Mercedes-AMG Petronas team drivers Lewis Hamilton and Valter of Bottas, after 9-year hiatus that included the F1 calendar will again triumphed in the Grand Prix of Turkey among the most pretentious names. Mercedes-AMG Petronas, which closed the first two lines with Lewis Hamilton and Valteri Bottas in the 13th race of the season, at the Imola GP, has won the Team Championship since 2014, which is known as the transition to the turbo hybrid era, and has followed suit by not giving any other team. successively reached his 7th championship. With this result, Mercedes-AMG Petronas broke Ferrari's 6th consecutive championship title and set a new record.
Petronas Track Laboratory closely follows the team's fluid technology
Petronas, one of the world's leading oil companies and pioneers of the mineral oil market, also contributes significantly to the success of Mercedes-AMG Petronas, which rose to the 4th place by catching Lotus in the ranking of the most champion teams of all time with the last championship. Petronas Track Laboratory established specifically for motor sports; Mercedes-AMG analyzes samples of Petronas Primax fuel, Petronas Syntium engine oil and Petronas Tutela functional fluids to monitor engine and transmission health and performance of Petronas vehicles. The mobile facility created provides engineers with full diagnostic support by carrying sensitive laboratory conditions to the paddock area, while providing significant contributions to the runways by monitoring fluid behavior. Led by Petronas Liquid Engineers Stephanie Travers and En De Liow, the lab further improves the speed and efficiency before each race and the turnaround time to get liquid test results.
Up to 200 oil tests are done before each race
The fuel and lubricant development programs Petronas has been conducting since 2010 have brought many successes to the Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula 1 Team, while at the same time ensuring the team to experience its most successful periods in Formula 1 history. The Petronas Track Laboratory is the physical reflection of this program on the Formula 1 paddock. The Petronas Track Laboratory team, who took the opportunity to take a break from the races during the period when the COVID-19 epidemic, which affected the world, started to spread, took into account the new instructions to be applied in the paddock, and carried out the innovations and changes within its body with great devotion. The first among the works of the team; Each race week for gas chromatography analysis, we take out a sample of the Petronas Primax fuel barrel and forward it to the FIA.
After the race cars have been started, the corresponding Petronas fluids engineer recycles Energy using a spectrometer. KazanAnalyzes Petronas Syntium engine oil and Petronas Tutela transmission oil in the IM System. Fluids hold crucial clues to give a snapshot of what's going on in the engine and transmission. Particles in the oil, a sign of engine deterioration, give the team early warning of any problems. During the three-day track event each race week, 65 engine oil and 30 transmission oil samples are taken. In addition to the samples taken at point controls, approximately 200 oil tests are carried out every race week. Meanwhile, Petronas track engineers are taking more than 30 fuel samples.