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Red Bull had it 'easy' before V6s - Lauda

Niki Lauda thinks Mercedes deserves more credit for its achievements so far this season Sutton Images Enlarge Niki Lauda believes Mercedes' feat of winning the first four races of the V6 era is a significantly more impressive achievement than Sebastian Vettel winning nine races in a row in 2013. Vettel's 2013 season was the most comprehensive of his four world titles, with his incredible run at the end of the season only highlighting how comfortable Red Bull's advantage was. Mercedes has stolen a march on its rivals under the new regulations and Lauda insists the team deserves greater credit than Red Bull received in 2013 for what it is doing this season. "This year we have new...
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