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Bottas expecting 'pretty decent step' from Mercedes updates

Valtteri Bottas believes Mercedes' upgrade package for Suzuka will provide the Silver Arrows team with a "pretty decent step" in terms of performance. Teams are winding down their 2019 development programmes as resources are shifted towards next year's cars, but Mercedes has implemented a few aerodynamic changes on its W10 for this weekend's Japanese Grand Prix, mainly centered around the car's sidepods. Wolff: McLaren engine deal won't boost Mercedes 'influence' "We’re bringing a pretty solid update package this weekend," Bottas said. "We’ll try it tomorrow and see how it works but in theory it should give us more performance. "How much actually, that’s...
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