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Wolff: 100% convinced Red Bull will be strong in Hungary

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff is '100% convinced' that Red Bull will be very strong at the Hungarian Grand Prix this weekend. The Brackley team won the opening two races of the 2020 season at the Red Bull Ring, a track that they have struggled at for the past two seasons. However, Wolff said he expects to face a sterner test from Red Bull in Budapest, a track where they have historically been very strong. “I’m 100% convinced they will come very strong in Hungary,” he said. “It’s a track they have shown historically great performance. We have improved there too in the last few years but it’s always a difficult weekend. “Hot temperatures are still a bit of an Achilles’...
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