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Dennis: Mercedes will be caught

Mercedes' advantage over the other teams will be less apparent at this weekend's Malaysian Grand Prix, according to McLaren Group CEO Ron Dennis. Nico Rosberg in his Mercedes won the season-opening race in Australia earlier this month by more than 25 seconds, and his winning margin at Albert Park might have been even bigger had the safety car not bunched together the field on two occasions during the race. McLaren, however, were fairly happy with their results in Australia after Kevin Magnussen and Jenson Button were awarded second and third place respectively. "The racing was pretty close between everybody other than Mercedes, but it's not the first time one team has had dominant...
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