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Will Mercedes engine struggle at high altitudes? 'It's not a big problem'

Williams says it does not expect any major problems at the high altitude tracks in Mexico and Brazil. Historically, the Mercedes engine has struggled at high altitude, while the Honda engine in combination with Red Bull Racing 's car has proved to be a strong combination. Dave Robson, Head of Vehicle Performance at Williams, says that the team is not too worried at the moment. Although the Mercedes engines have had some reliability issues recently, in addition to not historically performing particularly strongly at higher altitudes, Williams does not expect any difficulties at the high-altitude Autódromo Hermanos Rodriguez. Read more Verstappen admits: 'It would mean a lot if we can do...
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