Gallery: All Mercedes F1 cars since 1954

After making an instant impact on grand prix racing in 1954, the Le Mans disaster led to a 55-year absence for Mercedes-Benz in the Formula 1 World Championship. Split across two distinct eras, here are all the Silver Arrows F1 cars in full...

Gallery: All Mercedes F1 cars since 1954
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1954: Mercedes W196 R
1954: Mercedes W196 R
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Drivers: Juan Manuel Fangio, Hans Herrmann, Karl Kling, Hermann Lang

Photo by: Daimler AG

1954: Mercedes W196 R
1954: Mercedes W196 R
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Note: The W196 R was raced in two versions. Here you can see the 'streamliner' with covered wheels.

Photo by: Daimler AG

1955: Mercedes W196 R
1955: Mercedes W196 R
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Drivers: Juan Manuel Fangio, Hans Herrmann, Karl Kling, Stirling Moss, Luigi Musso, Piero Taruffi

Photo by: Daimler AG

2010: Mercedes GP W01
2010: Mercedes GP W01
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Drivers: Nico Rosberg, Michael Schumacher

Photo by: Charles Coates / Motorsport Images

2011: Mercedes MGP W02
2011: Mercedes MGP W02
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Drivers: Nico Rosberg, Michael Schumacher

Photo by: Andrew Hone / Motorsport Images

2012: Mercedes F1 W03
2012: Mercedes F1 W03
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Drivers: Nico Rosberg, Michael Schumacher

Photo by: Glenn Dunbar / Motorsport Images

2013: Mercedes F1 W04
2013: Mercedes F1 W04
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Drivers: Lewis Hamilton, Nico Rosberg

Photo by: Steve Etherington / Motorsport Images

2014: Mercedes F1 W05 Hybrid
2014: Mercedes F1 W05 Hybrid
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Drivers: Lewis Hamilton, Nico Rosberg

Photo by: Sutton Images

2015: Mercedes F1 W06 Hybrid
2015: Mercedes F1 W06 Hybrid
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Drivers: Lewis Hamilton, Nico Rosberg

Photo by: Charles Coates / Motorsport Images

2016: Mercedes F1 W07 Hybrid
2016: Mercedes F1 W07 Hybrid
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Drivers: Lewis Hamilton, Nico Rosberg

Photo by: XPB Images

2017: Mercedes F1 W08 EQ Power
2017: Mercedes F1 W08 EQ Power
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Drivers: Valtteri Bottas, Lewis Hamilton

Photo by: Sutton Images

2018: Mercedes F1 W09 EQ Power
2018: Mercedes F1 W09 EQ Power
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Drivers: Valtteri Bottas, Lewis Hamilton

Photo by: Steve Etherington / Motorsport Images

2019: Mercedes AMG W10
2019: Mercedes AMG W10
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Drivers: Valtteri Bottas, Lewis Hamilton

Photo by: Jerry Andre / Motorsport Images

2020: Mercedes AMG F1 W11
2020: Mercedes AMG F1 W11
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Drivers: Valtteri Bottas, Lewis Hamilton

Photo by: Mercedes AMG

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