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Mercedes wants to entertain fans

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff believes it is up to his team to ensure fans are entertained, even if the only competition this year is between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg. After the Mercedes drivers claimed their fourth consecutive one-two finish at last weekend's Spanish Grand Prix, it seems unlikely that they will be overhauled in the near future. However, after only five races of the season, the television viewership numbers are already on the decrease and some fans have voiced their displeasure with the one-sided nature of the season so far. For that reason, Wolff claims that it is imperative for Hamilton and Rosberg to continue battling at the front of the grid, in order to make the...
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