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F1 Race Analysis: How Mercedes made it five

We’re close to running out of superlatives when it comes to Mercedes in 2019. Five races, five one-two finishes, and 217 out of a possible 220 points – or 98.6 percent – with the three that were dropped coming only on the fastest lap bonus in Bahrain, China and Azerbaijan. We were treated to another masterclass by the German manufacturer on Sunday in Spain as Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas dominated proceedings, taking a comfortable win. The duo ran P1 and P2 respectively for all 66 laps at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, with there being only two real moments where their dominance looked at even a slight risk. The start in Barcelona is one of the most important of the year,...
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