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Mercedes knows what needs to be done: 'We need a faster car'

The Mercedes team was ecstatic after the unexpected victory during the Bahrain GP. That reaction seems to indicate that Mercedes is far from confident that they will become champion this year. Engineering director Andrew Shovlin is even convinced that Red Bull Racing has the strongest car in the field this year. Whether this is another manoeuvre towards an underdog position will become clear during this year. Strengths Mercedes may have taken victory in Bahrain, but on Saturday during qualifying the team had to give way to Max Verstappen in the Red Bull, on a track that could be labelled as a favourite for the Brackley team. During the F1 Nations Podcast Andrew Shovlin admits that the...
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