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Mercedes kick themselves: 'How could we have been so dumb?'

In Canada, Mercedes made a strong combeack. George Russell started on pole position, and finished third, with his teammate Lewis Hamilton finishing behind in fourth. Speaking on the F1: Beyond the Grid podcast, Mercedes technical director James Allison reflected on the 'dumb' decisions the team had made with the car. 
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