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Mercedes braced for a "real test of the car" during weekend in Japan

Mercedes equalled their longest points-scoring streak at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix but failed to score in a 63rd consecutive Grand Prix two weeks later in Melbourne. Lewis Hamilton retired due to an engine failure, and George Russell crashed out on the last lap. James Allison believes the upcoming Japanese Grand Prix will be a "test of their car". They will look to diagnose the engine problem as soon as possible.
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