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Wolff: Mercedes must stay focussed

– Mercedes must not let one percent of its effort drop if it is to remain competitive and at the head of the pack, team boss Toto Wolff has said ahead of this weekend’s Malaysian Grand Prix. Nico Rosberg won the season opener in Australia two weeks ago after putting in a dominant display in his Mercedes F1 W05. However team-mate and pole sitter Lewis Hamilton had a far less successful afternoon and was forced to retire early on due to a misfiring cylinder.  “The first race in Australia left us with mixed emotions,” Wolff stated ahead of the second round in the 2014 FIA Formula 1 World Championship. “Neither of our drivers put a foot wrong all weekend but unfortunately only...
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