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Lauda: We do not want to win every race

– Mercedes non-executive director Niki Lauda says he does not want the outfit to win every race in the 2014 season. Mercedes has enjoyed a strong start to 2014 with Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg having claimed all four pole positions and victories, including three successive 1-2 results, which has left the team sitting atop the constructors' championship with an advantage of almost 100 points. But Lauda believes that Mercedes winning every race would have a negative impact on the sport. "What we are currently experiencing is the harvest of many months of work," he said. "Especially in the turbo engine range . Four wins in a row and strong drivers - this is a peak...
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