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Mercedes needs to 'stay humble and keep pushing' – Wolff

Despite Mercedes' current advantage, executive director (business) Toto Wolff says the team needs to 'stay humble and keep pushing' ahead of next weekend's Canadian Grand Prix. The Brackley-based outfit scored its fifth one-two finish of the 2014 season in Monaco last weekend, extending its lead in the constructors' championship to 141 points. 'We are pleased to head to Canada on the back of another strong weekend in Monaco,' said Wolff. 'We went into that race convinced that our rivals could outperform us and that's how we worked to prepare for the weekend: like we were the underdogs. So we were pleased to see that we still had a good advantage at the front of the field.' He added: 'The...
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