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Aston Martin: "Will do our best to win the world title next year"

Aston Martin has watched Mercedes climb from a midfield team in 2010 to title winners in 2014. The British marque is also hoping to contend for titles itself in four to five years' time, although team boss Otmar Szafnauer hopes to be on board with the new regulations as early as next year. Competing for the title as quickly as possible As the cars will change completely to create a more level playing field, Szafnauer is hoping for a chance to compete for wins and maybe even the title next season. "We are working hard on next year and we will do our best to win the world title next year, but if you look historically, it does take time to put the infrastructure in place, the people in...
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