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Hakkinen: Mercedes won't have it easy in Monaco

Former two-time World Champion Mika Hakkinen believes Red Bull and Ferrari will be a serious threat to Mercedes in Monaco. The Silver Arrows have claimed an unprecedented five-straight one-two finishes at the start of 2019, and already talk has begun of them being unstoppable in their pursuit of a record six-consecutive Drivers' and Constructors' Championships. However, the Monaco Grand Prix is next up, and this tight twisting street circuit has a knack for bunching up the field – something which Hakkinen feels will allow drivers like Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc to challenge their dominance. 'The next race is Monaco, which is very different from Barcelona – a truly...
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