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Mercedes 'must raise bar everywhere' to stay top

– Mercedes boss Toto Wolff believes the team will need to keep raising the bar in every single area if it is to sustain its current advantage and stay ahead of the competition. Mercedes has established itself as the standard setters this season, and has won all three races, finishing one-two in both Malaysia and Bahrain, the last two grands prix. Despite the success, however, Wolff continues to stress that there can be no let up if they are ultimately to take the 2014 Formula 1 World Championship titles and end the run of Red Bull. "Though we have enjoyed a positive start to the season, with time the balance of the field will start to even out and it's a credit to the people...
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