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Explained: How Mercedes can seal the constructors' championship at Suzuka already!

Even though there are still five races to go in the 2019 Formula 1 season, Mercedes could seal the constructors' championship this weekend already! Here is what needs to happen for the Germans to collect their sixth consecutive championship. As it stands, Mercedes are a whopping 162 points ahead of Ferrari, and with just five races to go, it would take a complete implosion from the Silver Arrows for Ferrari to still be crowned champions. Current 2019 Formula 1 constructors' championship standings (16/21) Place Constructor Points total 1. Mercedes 571 2. Ferrari 409 3. Red Bull Racing 311 With the maximum points haul from a weekend being 44 points for a team (25 points for first place, 18...
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