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Mercedes: "If we give that car to Hamilton, he can do the job"

Mercedes were very dominant in FP1 and FP2. Lewis Hamilton ended both sessions as the fastest. Andrew Shovlin, trackside engineering director of Mercedes, is very pleased that they were so dominant despite the problems. The seven-time world champion ended both sessions as fastest and the British team is very pleased with the performance of the car, especially the laps with more fuel in the car. Mercedes did struggle with grip on the softs, but Shovlin says they hope to solve that problem tonight. A good car is very important for title contention and the world championship at the moment. "Lewis has to win both races and it's good to have that clarity in the objectives. We engineer a...
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