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Williams and Force India could win races says Mercedes boss

Williams and Force India could win races says Mercedes boss 5 March, 2014 Felipe Massa in the Williams FW36 Mercedes F1 team of Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg heads into next weekend's season opening Australian Grand Prix as the overwhelming early 2014 favourite, but teams powered by the three pointed star are also capable of upsetting the form book. 'Mercedes and Williams look very strong,' agreed German driver Nico Hulkenberg, whose similarly Mercedes-powered Force India team has also impressed in winter testing. 'They're standing out. McLaren is also fast,' he told Auto Motor und Sport. 'At the moment, the Mercedes teams are a bit in front.' Mercedes' three customer teams –...
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