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Has Mercedes created a problem for itself?

Forgive me if I start with a footballing analogy. A few years ago Swansea City were promoted to the English Premier League. Like just about any side in that situation the focus as far as most were concerned was on whether they could retain their place in the esteemed division. Unusually though for a side in that situation – arguably unusually for an English football side (as in playing in the English league, I know Swansea is in Wales) at all at that point – they were committed to a possession-based, attractive brand of play, rather than something more safety first and run of the mill.   Such an approach had the potential to bring considerable rewards. But it also had its...
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