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Mercedes remaining grounded

Despite having a healthy advantage over their rivals in Spain, Toto Wolff has warned that Monaco is a "different story" and "can bite". The Brackley team claimed their fourth successive 1-2 of the Championship last Sunday in Spain and did so in emphatic style. Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg, who crossed the line with just 0.6s separating them, were a massive 49 seconds ahead of third-placed Daniel Ricciardo. It was an impressive showing on a weekend where Mercedes' won the first round of the 2014 development war. However, as Wolff notes, next weekend's Monaco Grand Prix is a completely different grand prix to those already run. "We came away from Barcelona with...
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