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Wolff predicts advantage to swing between duo

Mercedes director Toto Wolff fully expects the competitive advantage to switch between his drivers over the course of the season. Whilst Nico Rosberg currently has the lead in the championship thanks to a win and three second places, team-mate Lewis Hamilton is catching up after three consecutive victories. The racing between the pair has been close on just one occasion though, in Bahrain. In both Malaysia and China, Hamilton has dominated his team-mate comfortably. Whilst in Australia he failed to complete more than a few laps due to an engine issue. Wolff however believes Rosberg's different approach may pay dividends at other races during the year and vice versa. "The very exciting...
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