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Toto Wolff comments on Mercedes developing two cars ‘side by side' in 2023

Following the Bahrain Grand Prix, Mercedes have already realised that their design pathway for this season is a mistake, with the zero sidepod approach being kept by the Silver Arrows this year. The team believed that this aerodynamic approach was not the main cause of their issues last season, hoping that tweaks and changes over the winter break could take the team back to race winning potential. Aston Martin use Mercedes engines and look significantly quicker that the Silver Arrows while using Red Bull’s sidepod design, proving that the root of Mercedes’ issues are in their W14 design. Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff has admitted that his team will now have to develop a completely...
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