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Mercedes: 2022 rules can show luck not behind recent dominance 

Mercedes’ Chief Technical Officer James Allison says the new Formula 1 regulations being introduced in 2022 can prove that luck was not behind its dominance in the turbo-hybrid era. Since 2014, Mercedes has won the Constructors’ Championship every year, and has missed out on just one Drivers’ title, which occurred last year when Red Bull’s […]
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