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Wolff warns: "We'll get our spicy equipment out for Saudi Arabia"

Lewis Hamilton has won the Qatar Grand Prix and puts himself within eight points of Max Verstappen in the battle for the 2021 World Championship. Mercedes boss Toto Wolff is feeling confident ahead of the final two races in Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi.  The street circuit in Saudi Arabia is a very high-speed track. As a result, Wolff says Hamilton will be fitted with his new engine installed at the Brazilian Grand Prix and perhaps also hints at the rear wing used at the same event.  "Saudi Arabia should be a good track for us. We know this year when you think it's a good one it can turn around. With the long straight, we'll get our spicy equipment out for Saudi that we didn't use...
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