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Domenicali: Merc could rule for a long time

Former Ferrari team boss Stefano Domenicali has warned it is important for teams to catch up to Mercedes as soon as possible before the "passion" starts to disappear. Mercedes have dominated the first eight races and it appears to be a straight battle between Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton for the 2014 Drivers' title. To put their dominance in perspective, Hamilton has won four races and Rosberg was victorious in three while the team have claimed six 1-2 finishes. Domenicali admits Mercedes were always expected to dominate this campaign following the switch to the V6 power units, but he feels it's important for their rivals to close the gap before everyone gets despondent....
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