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Mercedes now second or third quickest confesses Lewis Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton reckons Mercedes are no longer the quickest team and could have even dropped to third behind Ferrari and Red Bull, following a difficult Chinese Grand Prix weekend. Mercedes were easily outqualified by Ferrari on Saturday before Sebastian Vettel romped off into the lead. A clever strategy to undercut Vettel put Valtteri Bottas into the lead for Mercedes before a mid-race Safety Car shuffled the order, with Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo coming through from sixth to take the victory. Bottas meanwhile finished second with Hamilton down in fourth as he was powerless to keep those on fresher tyres behind. Speaking after the race, the Briton confessed Mercedes had lost their...
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