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Gallery: Mercedes employees celebrate title success

Mercedes celebrated their fifth consecutive double-title success at their two UK bases in Brackley – where the cars are designed and manufactured – and Brixworth – where the engines are designed and manufactured. Drivers Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas joined team management including Toto Wolff, James Allison and Andy Cowell, to celebrate the people who made it happen, with all five championship winning cars and engines on display. In honour of Niki Lauda, everyone donned red caps similar to the Austrian's signature cap Lewis Hamilton: Huge congratulations to all of you! This is the best I've felt coming here, that entry was the best we've ever had. I...
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