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Tech specialist identifies why Mercedes W15 will be fourth-fastest in 2024

Lewis Hamilton and George Russell have been warned that Mercedes will still lag behind three other teams at the start of the F1 2024 season. Mercedes are still competing to secure P2 in the constructors’ championship this season but their drivers have never been able to lay a glove on Red Bull’s Max Verstappen in the hunt for the drivers’ title. Hamilton and Russell both signed fresh terms to remain at Mercedes but technical expert Gary Anderson insists that next season’s W15 will still be problematic. “You would expect a team of Mercedes’ stature, experience and budget – they are there to win, not finish fifth and seventh – to improve their car during the season but they...
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