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Mercedes can't replace Lauda - Wolff

Toto Wolff says Mercedes will never be able to fully replace Niki Lauda, detailing the impact that the F1 legend's passing has had on the Silver Arrows' latest successful campaign. Mercedes have secured a sixth straight title double in 2019, a new F1 record, with Lewis Hamilton securing a fifth drivers' championship in that run. Article continues under video Lauda's health problems hung over the early months of the campaign, the Austrian having fallen ill last year, which necessitated a lung transplant. The former world champion passed away in May, leading to widespread tributes at the Monaco GP. Mercedes have carried tributes to Lauda on the W10's livery since his passing. Wolff says...
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