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2009: Brawn GP BGP 001: Jenson Button and Rubens Barrichello were the drivers for Mercedes-Benz partner team Brawn GP. Button won six out of the first seven races and took the World Championship title at the end of the season. Barrichello won two further races in the BGP 001. The same year saw McLaren-Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton achieve a historic first victory for a Formula One racing car with KERS hybrid. Displacement: V8 Maximum Output: 2400 cc (147 cu in) Top speed: no date

2008: McLaren-Mercedes MP4 - 23: The MP4 -23 also won its maiden race, the Australian Grand Prix in March 2008. Vodafone McLaren Mercedes won five more races in this season and finished second in the constructors’ competition. Lewis Hamilton wrote racing history in this car, capturing the World Championship driver’s title on the last bend of the last race after finishing the previous season as runner-up. Displacement: V8 Maximum Output: 2400 cc (147 cu in) Top speed: 350 km/h (218 mph)

1955: Mercedes-Benz Formula One racing car W 196 R: The W 196 R dominated the race tracks again in 1955. In the seven races of the season, it chalked up five victories, including four 1-2 finishes, and Juan Manuel Fangio repeated his win of the Formula One World Championship. The 300 SLR captured the sports car world championship and the 300 SL the European Touring Car Championship. Displacement: 8 Maximum Output: 2497 cc (152 cu in) Top speed: 275 km/h (170 mph)

1997: McLaren-Mercedes MP4 -12: In the 1997 season, a silver-coloured car developed jointly with McLaren entered competition for the first time. In its first race, the McLaren-Mercedes MP4 -12 driven by David Coulthard won the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne to get the season off to a good start. It was the first victory for Mercedes-Benz since returning to Grand Prix racing. Displacement: V10 Maximum Output: 2998 cc (183 cu in) Top speed: 343 km/h (213 mph)

1999: McLaren-Mercedes MP4 -14: The McLaren-Mercedes for the 1999 racing season was hard to tell apart from its predecessor, yet the MP4 -14 was a completely new car on account of the changed rules for this season. In Suzuka, in the Grand Prix of Japan, the last race of the season, Mika Häkkinen defended his World Champion’s title with it. Displacement: V10 Maximum Output: 2998 cc (183 cu in) Top speed: 354 km/h (220 mph)

1937: Mercedes-Benz 750-kg formula racing car W 125: The Mercedes-Benz W 125 was developed after a less successful 1936 season. In 12 Grand Prix races in 1937, it chalked up six first-place, nine second-place and six third-place finishes. Down to the beginning of the 1980s, it had the reputation for being the most powerful car to ever start in a Grand Prix race. Caracciola won his second European championship. Displacement: 8 Maximum Output: 5663 cc (346 cu in) Top speed: 320 km/h (200…

1938: Mercedes-Benz 3-litre formula racing car W 154: For the 1938 season, the weight of the racing cars was no longer limited, but the displacement was: to a maximum three litres with and 4.5 litres without supercharger. Mercedes-Benz had the right answer in the W 154, the make’s first twelve-cylinder car. It won six of the nine most important races in 1938; in 1939, the W 154 won five out of seven races. Displacement: V12 Maximum Output: 2962 cc (181 cu in) Top speed: 285 km/h (177…

1998: McLaren-Mercedes MP4 -13: The MP4 -13 was developed to comply with the new regulations for 1998. It demonstrated its dominance in its very first race: the two cars that started both finished a lap ahead of the third-place car. The MP4 -13 helped Mika Häkkinen win the Formula One World Championship driver’s title, while the team won the Formula One World Champion Constructor’s title. Displacement: V10 Maximum Output: 2998 cc (183 cu in) Top speed: 352 km/h (219 mph)

The 1997 Stewart Ford SF01 Grand Prix car of Rubens Barrichello. Jackie Stewart's F1 team took a podium in its first year, although a lot more success was to follow as the team is now known as a certain Red Bull Racing.