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Horner convinced 2019 championship is Mercedes' to lose

Five races into the season, Red Bull's Christian Horner sees little reason to doubt that Mercedes will not conquer its sixth consecutive title this year. The German team's five-race clean sweep has put well ahead in the points standings while its dominant W10 Silver Arrow is clearly the class of the field, leading pundits to wonder when its flawless series of victories will end. "I think it’s very much a Mercedes championship, you can see after five races they are three points off a maximum score," said a resigned Horner. "It’s still a long year and we take things race-by-race. They had a really dominant performance. They're always strong in Barcelona but certainly their...
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