Mercedes will become the fifth team to launch its 2021 Formula 1 car when the covers come off in a ceremony on Tuesday morning.
Mercedes has become the dominant team since the introduction of the turbo-hybrid era, winning all seven constructors' and drivers' titles.
For several reasons, 2021 could be one of the most talked-about in F1 history, not least because of the record-breaking 23 race calendar.
But this is the year Lewis Hamilton could be the most successful as he goes into it tied with Michael Schumacher on seven titles apiece. One more would place him on a pedestal of his own.
There is also every likelihood that given the volume of races, Hamilton will become the first to win a century of grands prix, with the Briton just five shy of that landmark, and first to claim 100 pole positions as he stands on 98 at present.
WHEN IS THE MERCEDES LAUNCH?
The launch will get underway at 11:00 GMT - 06:00EST - with Mercedes lifting the covers off the W12 in a ceremony from the team's Brackley technical centre.
CAN I WATCH LIVE ON GPFANS?
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HOW CAN I WATCH THE MERCEDES LAUNCH IN THE UK?
The launch will also be available on Sky Sports F1, the team's website and its YouTube channel.
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GPFans, the Mercedes website and YouTube channel offer viewing for a global audience. Sky Sports F1 is available only to viewers in the UK.
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