Niki Lauda believes the dominant form of Mercedes so far in the 2014 Formula One season is far more impressive than Red Bull's results last year. So far, Mercedes have won all four races of the year and the only time the Brackley outfit missed out on a 1-2 was during the season-opener in Australia, where Lewis Hamilton was forced to retire early on.
With several new regulations coming into effect this year, Lauda - who is non-executive chairman at Mercedes - believes their achievements so far is more impressive than Sebastian Vettel's nine consecutive wins in 2013.
"This year we have new engines, new gearboxes, new electric brakes, and new cars," Lauda told Autosport.
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