They may have left Korea frustrated, but Mercedes are confident they will bounce back at the Japanese Grand Prix.
All the signs pointed to a positive race on Sunday at Yeongam after Lewis Hamilton qualified P2 behind Sebastian Vettel with his team-mate Nico Rosberg starting behind him on the grid.
However, it proved to be a tough day at the office for the squad with Hamilton finishing down in fifth, two places ahead of Rosberg, who suffered structural failure on the front wing assembly of his car.
Despite their struggles, the team still managed to close the gap to Ferrari in the Constructors' Championship, and Mercedes motorsport chief Toto Wolff is upbeat about their chances at Suzuka...
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