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Why Mercedes are 'impossible to beat' - Villeneuve

Mercedes' dominance of Formula 1 is ruining the sport, according to Jacques Villeneuve, who believes the Silver Arrows are now in such a position that their grip on the grid will not be loosened without a significant change to the regulations. Since the dawning of the V6 Hybrid era in 2014, Mercedes have taken a clean sweep of drivers' and constructors' world titles – a five-year run matching the most dominant period in F1 history; that of Ferrari at the turn of the century. Article continues under video Six straight title doubles is an unprecedented feat in F1, but seems to be on the cards for Mercedes, who are 118 points clear of Ferrari in the team standings after six races in 2019....
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