L’Equipe claims that “with the development of a new system, with the development for a new generation of high performance tyres and the development to a more comfortable car, there are new challenges” for the 2017 Formula 1 season.
“We are currently working to prepare a more modern Formula 1 car for next year and the new tyre, the carbon, will also be a new challenge for us.”
Gros, meanwhile, believes that “in the new era of technology and the evolution of cars and technology, I think we are going to see a very exciting season for Formula 1”.
The German also believes that the new tyres will be a major contributor to the “revolution” that is going on in the sport.
“With the new carbon tyres we are developing, the revolution will be more exciting, the race will be faster, the cars will be much more exciting,” he added.
“The technology that we are creating will be very important.”
Graze and the other drivers of the championship will be working closely together to find solutions for the tyre issues, Gros believes.
“If we can solve the problem, if we are able to find the solution for the tyres, that is the only way we will be able to go forward.”
Groyne and Ligier’s new carbon-tire system “The carbon is going to be the key for this season” – Nico Gros.
Source: Gros Jnr/Getty Images Gros is confident that the carbon is “the key” for Gros’ 2017 season, but admits that it “is not quite there yet”.
“We will work to achieve that goal, and of course with the carbon the first step is to be able, of course, to get the carbon on the car,” Gros said.
“I think we have to be very, very careful because of the fact that we need to make sure that everything works in the new way.”
The new tyres, which Gros claims will be “super soft”, are being developed at the Gros-led Mercedes team in Spain.
“For the Mercedes team, with Mercedes, this will be an opportunity to develop a new tyre,” Graz told reporters.
“This is going very well.
We are looking forward to it.
We need to get to the next level.”
“We know the tyres are going faster, but there is a lot of work ahead.”
Gaudu’s driver line-up The Mercedes team have announced that their line-ups will be kept separate from the other teams.
Nico Gaudeu has been promoted to third driver in this season’s drivers’ championship race at the Hungaroring, having scored the most points in the constructors’ standings, ahead of Sebastian Vettel.
His partner in the championship is Daniel Ricciardo, who will return to the team after a year away, joining former teammate Lewis Hamilton in the top five.
“It was a really, really hard season,” Gauduin said of his season.
Gaudua, meanwhile has made an impressive debut, winning the Hungarian Grand Prix and finishing runner-up to Gros at Spa-Francorchamps.
“Today I was so happy to finish the race in a very good position.
I was able to do a great race,” Gaguer told Motorsport.com.
“But of course the most important thing is to try to keep the momentum going, because we will see in Hungary how strong we are.”
Gagu’s new team-mate, Nico Gretsch, has made his Formula 1 debut this season.
The 23-year-old German has been in the Formula Renault 2.0 series since the end of the 2015 season, with his best result being fifth at Jerez in 2016.
“There were some good things to do in Hungary,” Gretsche said.
Gretschy, however, has been left out of the drivers’ race in Hungary.
“At this moment I am not sure how it will all go down,” he said.
Mercedes’ Sebastian Viens, the other Renault driver, was also absent in Hungary due to illness.
He is currently at home recovering from a shoulder injury, which caused him to miss the entire second half of the 2017 season.
Mercedes’s next driver will be confirmed at the end.
Gros will have a number of other changes to his car, with Kimi Raikkonen and Esteban Ocon also being dropped from the championship after failing to make the start in Hungary last weekend.
“Of course it is a great honour for us to have two drivers from the same team,” Groye said.
He also admitted that he is “really happy” to be joining the team.
“Being able to work with my partner [Mercedes] will be really good for me,” Goye said, adding that he “can only dream of