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Lowe: 1-2 immensely satisfying

Celebrating a fourth successive 1-2 result, Paddy Lowe says Sunday's Spanish GP is a sign of how close it is at Mercedes. Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg raced into the distance in Barcelona on Sunday afternoon, lapping everyone up to and including seventh-placed Kimi Raikkonen. But while the Mercedes duo had a massive advantage over their rivals, it was a lot closer in their own garage. Rosberg on the medium tyres caught Hamilton with ease in the final stint, closing right up to cross the line just 0.6s behind his British team-mate. Lowe told the BBC: "It was quite a tense race but overall to have that level of performance around here is immensely satisfying. "It is a tough...
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