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Mercedes: Ferrari have lost straight-line advantage

Mercedes technical director James Allison says Ferrari no longer have the speed advantage they had built up after missing out on back-to-back pole positions. An engine upgrade introduced after the summer break helped the Scuderia take six straight poles between Belgium and Mexico. Article continues under video However, they have been beaten on Saturday in the United States and Brazil, with engine-related Technical Directives issued by the FIA before both races as rivals look to get to the bottom of Ferrari's power. After Max Verstappen beat out Sebastian Vettel for pole at Interlagos, with Lewis Hamilton third-fastest, Allison says Ferrari's advantage is no more. "I think they were...
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