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Can Mercedes equal a Ferrari F1 record in Japan?

Mercedes can move a step closer to becoming the first team in Formula 1 history to win six successive world championship doubles at this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix. Heading to Suzuka, the German manufacturer has its first opportunity of 2019 to seal its sixth constructors’ crown. Mercedes holds a 162-point lead over its nearest rival, with 220 points up for grabs. It means for Mercedes to match the Scuderia’s feat of six constructors’ titles in a row (1999-2004) and continue its all-conquering dominance of the V6 hybrid era, it must outscore Ferrari by 14 points on Sunday to clinch the championship with four races to spare. Mercedes got back to winning ways last time out in...
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