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Mercedes dominance greater than Red Bull's ever was in Vettel's eyes

Sebastian Vettel believes that Mercedes' dominance in Formula 1 at the moment is greater than Red Bull's has ever been over the past five years. The German driver has won the last four world titles, with Red Bull also clinching the constructors' crown in each of his championship seasons. Arguably, the team has been the fastest on the grid since the middle of 2009, with definite peaks coming in 2011 and at the end of 2013; the latter saw Vettel win nine straight races. However, in the champion's eyes, Mercedes is further ahead than Red Bull ever was after winning the first five races of the season, complete with four one-two finishes through Nico Rosberg (one win, one second place) and...
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