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No more mistakes - Wolff

Williams outqualified Mercedes in Austria Sutton Images Enlarge Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says his team can afford no more mistakes if it is to remain at the front of the field this season. Mercedes has had a clear advantage over its rivals this year and has won seven of the eight races so far. However, in Canada both cars suffered reliability issues and at the last race in Austria a mistake from Lewis Hamilton in qualifying saw both Williamses ahead of Mercedes on the grid. Despite Mercedes' pace, Wolff said his team cannot afford to become complacent. "We can afford no mistakes if we are to achieve our goals, as there will always be someone waiting to punish those mistakes," he...
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