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Horner: Merc will be beaten

Christian Horner thinks Mercedes will be beaten this season despite the Silver Arrows appearing a class apart from the rest of the field in the opening five races.Mercedes have won every grand prix thus far in 2014, with Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg finishing one, two at each of the last four races to underline their dominance. Their supremacy has been likened to the 1988 season when McLaren won 15 of the 16 races, but just like the Woking-based team were beaten by Ferrari at Monza that year, Horner believes Mercedes will not take home all 19 constructors' trophies. function fw_config(){ return { siteSection:"SkySports:Article", videoAssetFallbackId:30621833 }; } Race in 60...
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