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Mercedes expect another tough battle in Singapore

On the back of two Ferrari wins, Mercedes are once again expecting a tough battle as Formula 1 heads to Singapore. Whilst Mercedes dominated the early races, opening up a healthy points advantage, Ferrari have hit back after the summer break and won both races thanks to Charles Leclerc – although they were both tracks suited to the SF19. Wolff was therefore happy to come away with two double podium finishes, but insists they can't be content and will be pushing hard to win in Singapore this weekend, though expects it to once again be a close battle. 'We came back from the summer break knowing that the first two races would be difficult for us,' he said. 'We ended up with two...
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