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Lowe: Monaco a very different prospect

Despite winning by almost a minute in Spain, Mercedes' executive director of technical matters, Paddy Lowe, admits that he is not expecting such a commanding performance from his two drivers at next weekend's Monaco Grand Prix. Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg were separated by just 0.6secs at the chequered flag in Barcelona, but the closest opposition was just shy of 50secs further adrift of the Briton as Mercedes racked up its fifth win from as many races to open the 2014 F1 season. Hamilton's win also lifted him above Rosberg for first place in the drivers' standings as the campaign looks increasingly likely to be fought out between the two Silver Arrows pilots. “We're very pleased...
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