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Mercedes confirm "steps in place" to avoid wheel nut blunder repeat

Mercedes chief strategist James Vowles has insisted steps are being taken by the F1 team to "mitigate" the chance of repeating the pit-stop blunder that forced Valtteri Bottas into retirement in Monaco.
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