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Seidl: Wins aren't realistic in first year with Mercedes

McLaren boss Andreas Seidl has played down expectations his team will challenge for victories when it moves to Mercedes power units next year, suggesting further improvement is needed. Switching from a Renault supply ahead of the 2021 Formula 1 season, it is widely agreed that McLaren will be getting the best engine on the grid. However when he was asked after last Sunday's Eifel Grand Prix whether the new supply would put his team in immediate contention for wins, Seidl answered: 'No, we need to be realistic. “The main thing for me is that we simply keep evolving as a team, which means also we make the next step with the car because that is the only way to get to the front again in...
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