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Success now an expectation at Mercedes

Toto Wolff admits success is now an expectation at Mercedes, such is its advantage over the rest of the field at present.Nico Rosberg won the season-opening Australian Grand Prix before Lewis Hamilton headed consecutive one-two finishes for Mercedes in Malaysia and Bahrain respectively. With the team having a clear performance advantage over the rest of the grid, Wolff conceded the pace it has in hand now means Mercedes arrives at every grand prix expecting to win.“We head to the next race in China with good momentum behind us and motivation is extremely high,” Wolff said. “The team is now at a level where success is not a bonus but an expectation. After three races we find ourselves...
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