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'Very difficult' stopping another Mercedes title double

Former Mercedes engineer and current Williams man Paddy Lowe reckons it will be "very difficult" for anyone to stop the current momentum held by the Silver Arrows in Formula 1, and has tipped them to claim their sixth championship double in a row in 2019.  Mercedes have won the last five constructor's championships and have dominated the sport in the V6 hybrid turbo era, whilst their drivers have excelled, too, winning the last five titles with Lewis Hamilton winning four and Nico Rosberg winning one. Lowe, who previously worked for Mercedes, can't see anyone stopping them in 2019. “It’s always very difficult to maintain motivation to continue to win when...
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