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Häkkinen: Ferrari and their drivers punished for their mistakes

Double Formula 1 World Champion Mika Hakkinen has blamed the litany of mistakes made by Ferrari and their drivers during the Japanese Grand Prix for their defeat at the hands of Mercedes last Sunday in Suzuka. Writing in his Unibet column, Hakkinen observed, 'Ferrari will again realise that this race offered them a potential victory because, even though the Mercedes cars were quicker in the race, track position is everything as Sebastian showed. 'If Sebastian had made a good start and Charles has not run wide at Turns 1 and 2 this could have been a very different story. 'When you make mistakes at this level you will be punished, and especially when a team like Mercedes Benz is ready to...
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