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Mercedes predict four-team battle for F1 supremacy in 2020

Toto Wolff believes McLaren could inch towards the fight for race wins, and possibly even championships, in the 2020 Formula 1 season. A settled set of regulations next year is expected to see Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull continue to come closer together in terms of performances, indeed the margins between their cars has shrunk dramatically over the course of the 2019 season. Article continues under video McLaren have made huge strides across 2019, securing fourth place in the constructors' championship, with Carlos Sainz taking the team's first podium in more than five years at the Brazilian GP – something that has caught Wolff's eye. He said: "We have always defended the...
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