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Mercedes not uncatchable - Boullier

Eric Boullier believes the Sakhir circuit played to the strengths of Mercedes Sutton Images Enlarge Eric Boullier insists he has not been deterred by the pursuit of Mercedes despite seeing it utterly dominate at the Bahrain Grand Prix. The gap of 24 seconds between race-winner Lewis Hamilton and the nearest car was quite staggering given that only 10 laps ran after the safety car came in. Despite seeing just how far ahead Mercedes was in Bahrain, racing director Boullier is convinced the gap will not be impossible to bridge, though he also believes it may take longer than first expected. "I believe if you look at the performance graph from Jenson we were just about to finish in front...
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