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Mercedes deserves current success - Szafnauer

Mercedes AMG Petronas Force India chief operating officer Otmar Szafnauer says that it will be a difficult proposition for any team to beat Mercedes in 2014. Mercedes has claimed five successive pole positions and race wins ahead of this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix and Szafnauer doubts that the squad will lose their advantage. "The latitude that you have to make aerodynamic changes has got even smaller because the regulations got uptight so that makes it harder," he told F1Zone.net. "Red Bull has a very good car and they are sorting out their power train, I’m sure they will get closer. But Mercedes has done a great job, they deserve to be where they are. "They have a...
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