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Mercedes will be challenged in Monaco - Hakkinen

Two-time Formula 1 world champion Mika Hakkinen believes that Mercedes' run of dominance will come to an end sooner rather than later. The Finn picked out the Monaco Grand Prix as a real chance of another team shaking up the order, explaining that both Red Bull and Ferrari have been quicker around the streets than Mercedes in the past two seasons. The next race is Monaco, which is very different from Barcelona - a truly unique track. Red Bull won there last season, and Ferrari in 2017, and we know that both teams are looking forward to this race," Hakkinen said in his Unibet column. "Verstappen is a man on a mission, determined to be the first person to beat Mercedes this year,...
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