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Seidl: Artificially slowing Mercedes the only way to improve races

McLaren F1 boss Andreas Seidl believes that artificially slowing Mercedes is the only way to improve the spectacle on the track until F1's regulation overhaul in 2022. After winning six of the first seven races of 2020, Mercedes appeared to be heading to another slam dunk at Monza last weekend, with Lewis Hamilton comfortably leading the proceedings until the Briton was penalized for entering the closed pitlane during a safety car period. The Italian Grand Prix was turned upside-down, with Hamilton sent to the back of the field and team mate Valtteri Bottas unable to get up to speed, a state of affairs that suddenly left a group of midfield contenders to fight for an unexpected win, with...
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