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Wolff: Mercedes cannot be complacent

– Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has made clear that the team "cannot afford to be complacent" about its current standing in the Formula 1 pecking order, despite an impressive one-two finish at the Malaysian Grand Prix. While Lewis Hamilton dominated from pole position at the Sepang circuit, team-mate Nico Rosberg fended off Red Bull rival Sebastian Vettel to secure the brand's first perfect race result since the 1955 Italian Grand Prix. But despite the performance, Wolff is wary of the potential of the competition as the season develops. "It was a controlled race and Lewis and Nico did a fantastic job in very demanding conditions," said Wolff. "But we cannot...
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