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The alarm bells are beginning to ring - Lauda

Mercedes must continue to develop the W05 if they want to be sure of winning races until the end of the season according to Niki Lauda, who believes the pace Williams showed in Austria should be cause for concern. The three-time champion and non-executive chairman of the Mercedes team insists, despite a 158-point lead to second placed Red Bull, they won't simply give up thinking they've done enough to focus on next year. "The alarm bells are ringing that the competition is coming closer," said Lauda. "If the alarm bell rings in time then you can do something. If you sit back – which we don't try to do – you miss out. So what we are going to do is keep on...
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