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Horner: Mercedes' title race to lose

Christian Horner is resigned to this season being 'very much a Mercedes championship' with only the Brackley squad's own errors capable of stopping them. Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas have dominated this year's championship, racing to five successive 1-2 results. As such Hamilton is leading the championship on 122 points, double what Red Bull's Max Verstappen has in third place. 'I think it's very much a Mercedes championship, you can see after five races they are three points off a maximum score,' Horner told F1i.com 'It's still a long year and we take things race-by-race. 'They had a really dominant performance. They're always strong in Barcelona but certainly their fifth one-two...
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