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Mercedes: "The battle is far from over"

Toto Wolff is looking forward to the second half of the 2021 season. The Mercedes team boss and his men have had three weeks to recharge for the next (hopefully) twelve Grands Prix. The battle with Red Bull Racing will continue unabated, starting with the weekend in Belgium. "This has definitely been one of the most intense F1 seasons that I can remember, so far," Wolff said in Mercedes' preview. In any case, the top man is looking forward to getting back to work. "The battle is far from over and after a few weeks away from the track, we're all really excited to get back to work." Read more 'Horner needs to sit down with Max, he's lost a huge number of points' Montoya...
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