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Mika Hakkinen feels a Mercedes defeat is looming

Two-time world champion Mika Hakkinen believes the all-conquering Mercedes squad will have a challenge on its hands at the upcoming Monaco Grand Prix. Undefeated for first or second after five races, Mercedes reigns supreme over the 2019 championship with many wondering when - if at all - the German squad will suffer its first setback. In his usual post-race column for Unibet, Hakkinen feels that Mercedes winning streak may well come to an end on the streets of Monte-Carlo, with the Finn putting his money on Max Verstappen or Charles Leclerc to deliver a long-awaited drubbing. Hamilton: Don't blame Mercedes for 'less exciting' F1 "The next race is Monaco, which is very different from...
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