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Mercedes ‘to sort issues within three races'

Alpine boss Marcin Budkowski senses Mercedes will bridge their performance gap to Red Bull over the next few races. Mercedes gained what was perhaps a fortuitous victory in the season-opening Bahrain Grand Prix when Sir Lewis Hamilton edged out Max Verstappen, who appeared to have the faster car. That was certainly borne out in qualifying, when Verstappen put his Red Bull on pole position by 0.388sec, and Hamilton’s triumph owed much to a superior Mercedes strategy as the World Champion executed the undercut to gain track position for the decisive closing stages. Budkowski has offered his take on where he sees the pecking order at present and does not necessarily see Red Bull holding...
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