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Mercedes will ‘turn the factory upside down'

Toto Wolff has vowed to turn the Mercedes factories 'upside down' as they seek to extract more performance out of their W09. Although Lewis Hamilton was back on the top step of the podium last time out at Monza, it was an unexpected result. Ferrari locked out the front row of the grid on the Saturday and were expected to race to a relatively easy win on the Sunday. However, Sebastian Vettel took himself out of contention on the opening lap leaving it to Kimi Raikkonen to fly the flag. The Finn, though, was dogged by Hamilton throughout the race with the Brit eventually making the winning pass with a little help from Bottas who held up Raikkonen for several laps. 'It shows that the racing...
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