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Wolff: We will not drop one percent

Mercedes AMG Petronas Head of Mercedes Motorsport Toto Wolff has warned their rivals that they will not drop one percent of effort as they bid to win the 2014 championship. Nico Rosberg won the season-opening Australian Grand Prix to take an early lead in the drivers' championship but team-mate Lewis Hamilton was forced to retire after a cylinder on his Mercedes W05 failed. Wolff insists that Mercedes must ensure that reliability improves if they are to win the world title. "The first race in Australia left us with mixed emotions," said Wolff. "Neither of our drivers put a foot wrong all weekend but unfortunately only one came away with the result he deserved. We know that...
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