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Wolff promises pit stop improvement

Sutton Images Enlarge Toto Wolff admits Mercedes may have been too conservative with Lewis Hamilton's pit stops in Austria but does not believe the delays had any impact on the race result. Hamilton lost nearly two seconds in the box compared to Nico Rosberg in Austria, which accounted for the German's eventual margin of victory over his team-mate. After the race Hamilton admitted his positioning may have been at fault and it later emerged this had been the issue at the first stop, while damage on the car's "cake-tin" had been costly at the second. Wolff says the team was also playing it safe with Hamilton in a race with Valtteri Bottas for second and concedes it is an area...
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