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How Mercedes' new W14 compares with Red Bull's RB19

The upgrades have broken cover - but how does the new W14 compare with the class-leading RB19?

Mercedes W14 2023 sidepod update Monaco
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The huge package of upgrades Mercedes hope will allow them to begin to reel Formula 1 pace-setters Red Bull in have finally been revealed.

Delayed one week after the cancellation of the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, the new upgrades broke cover in the Monaco pit-lane as the zero sidepod concept has firmly been ditched.

Tweaked front suspension is also new on Lewis Hamilton and George Russell's machine with Red Bull's so-called 'anti-dive' system a key part of their dominance.

RacingNews365 has created side-by-side images of the new W14 alongside the old one that caused so much trouble and the class-leading RB19 they hope to eventually catch.

There is also a photo album of the extensive changes to the W14, with the sidepods in particular looking a great deal more conventional than before.

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Mercedes W14 2023 sidepod update Monaco

In Photos: Mercedes' striking W14 upgrades

Mercedes' huge package of W14 upgrades have finally broken cover in Monaco after a long wait to bring them to the track.

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