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Russell not expecting 'anything scary' from Mercedes upgrades

George Russell says he isn't expecting anything "scary" from Mercedes' upgrades, and that their choice to debut them at this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix isn't "risky". Mercedes had planned to bring the long-awaited updates to last weekend's Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix, before flooding in northern Italy saw the event cancelled before a car had taken to the track in Imola. While Monaco is usually not best suited for a team to bring significant upgrades due to the unique slow-speed nature of the track and the high risk of an accident, Mercedes opted against further delaying until next weekend's Spanish Grand Prix at the more conventional Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya....
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