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Wolff: Merc continue to exceed expectations

Even though they had a strong pre-season, Mercedes never expected to start the 2014 so strongly, according to Executive Director Toto Wolff. Ever since the first pre-season test in Jerez, Mercedes seemed to have the strongest car at every circuit and used their advantage with aplomb - were it not for Lewis Hamilton's early retirement in Australia, they might have recorded one-two's in each of the season's first four races. Speaking to crash.net after last weekend's Chinese Grand Prix, Wolff admitted that the 2014 season so far has gone far better than expected. "I think you cannot go in to a season with these new regulations and think 'Well, we're going to get four wins in a row'. And...
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