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F1: Allison believes warmer conditions compromise the W15

James Allison says that much of the ongoing issue with the Mercedes W15 is down to warmer track temperatures which compromise the tyres. While the W15 is a definite improvement on its predecessors, it is no match for the Red Bull and currently lagging behind the Ferrari and McLaren. The opening three circuits have all been entirely different, and while the events in Melbourne complicated the matter, James Allison believes that a pattern is slowly beginning to emerge. 'We are starting to see a pattern emerge that most weekends we have a period in the weekend where we are feeling confident about the car,' he says in the latest team debrief. 'But then in the paying sessions, in qualifying and...
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