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Rosberg wins as Mercedes beats rapid Williams: Austrian GP review

Mercedes AMG Petronas When is a success not a success? Forget, for one moment, Daniel Ricciardo’s sensational win in Canada. Formula 1’s return to Austria was the first time in 2014 when a rival team was able to challenge Mercedes on merit. Williams had the faster car in a straight line and, crucially, track position after locking out the front row in qualifying. But despite running 1-2 throughout the first stint of the race, it was the Silver Arrows who collected those positions after 71 laps of racing. The result will forever go down in history as a mere formality for Formula 1’s dominant outfit, but the conservative approach of Williams perhaps handed the result to Mercedes. For...
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