The Mercedes GP Petronas F1 team officially unveiled its livery for F1 2010 today in a ceremony at the manufacturers' museum in Stuttgart.

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Ross Brawn, team principal for the Brackley-based outfit, was at the ceremony and he noted that everyone is looking forward to the new season with 'anticipation'.

"It is a privilege to be here at the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart today for the official presentation of the Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team," Brawn commented. "With your first look around the Museum, you realise the fantastic racing heritage of Mercedes-Benz and we hope to be able to contribute to those successes going forward.

"Our team have been working extremely hard throughout last year and over the winter on the development of the MGP W01 and everyone at the team is looking forward to the start of testing in Valencia next week.

"We have two excellent drivers in Nico [Rosberg] and Michael [Schumacher], who will form one of the most exciting and one of the best partnerships on the grid, and with the support of Mercedes-Benz, Aabar and our new title partner Petronas plus all of our team partners, everyone is looking forward to the 2010 F1 season with anticipation."