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Hakkinen: Mercedes will not keep winning so easily

Double Formula 1 World Champion Mika Hakkinen reviews the 2019 Spanish Grand Prix weekend, one in which the mighty Mercedes dominated by a comfortable margin in both qualifying and the race, scoring an unprecedented five one-two finishes in as many races. This what Hakkinen had to say in his post-Barcelona column for Unibet: 'With Lewis Hamilton winning the Spanish Grand Prix ahead of teammate Valtteri Bottas, this was Mercedes’ fifth 1-2 finish of the 2019 season. No team has achieved this before, and the level of dominance is worrying for the competition as well as for fans of the sport. 'In pre-season testing in Barcelona, it was Ferrari which set the pace and Mercedes seemed to...
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