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Mercedes confident of wing fix

Mercedes are confident they will return to the track on Day Two in Jerez with a fix for the front-wing failure that pitched Lewis Hamilton into a crash on the W05's testing debut. On an opening day of limited running in Spain as the grid as a whole struggled to grapple with their all-new 2014 cars, Mercedes had managed to make a relatively promising start to the week as Hamilton became the first driver to complete a lap and then led the initial way in both mileage and pace. However, the Briton's session was abruptly ended when, on the uphill run to Turn One at the start of his 18th lap, the front wing on his W05 failed and dislodged itself, pitching Hamilton into a nose-first impact with...
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