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Mercedes explain why Bottas dominated Hamilton in Spain qualifying

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff explained a number of factors that may have influenced Valtteri Bottas' enormous margin of victory over Lewis Hamilton in qualifying for the Spanish Grand Prix. Bottas took pole position by six tenths of a second from Hamilton, but the Silver Arrows locked out the front row again in Spain.
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