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Losing 2014 titles would be 'failure' - Wolff

Toto Wolff is determined not to allow Mercedes' rivals back into title contention Sutton Images Enlarge Toto Wolff is adamant that anything less than securing the drivers' and constructors' titles this season would be a disaster for Mercedes. Nico Rosberg was in a race of his own in Melbourne, but the early retirement of Lewis Hamilton meant Mercedes did not fully capitalise on his pole position. Only Williams seems to have a car capable of challenging the Mercedes currently and Wolff admits he see it as a disaster if his team lost its early-season advantage. "Yes, absolutely," Wolff said, when asked whether not winning both championships would be seen as a failure. "I...
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