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‘It's easy to say Russell got lucky with the Safety Car'

Mercedes performance continues to bewilder many after the inaugural Miami Grand Prix demonstrated that the W13's pace is a 'plain mystery'. The German team started the weekend brilliantly, with George Russell even topping the timesheets on Friday at the Miami International Autodrome. However on Saturday, it was back to the drawing board for the side, with both Russell and Hamilton ending FP3 in the bottom five. Mercedes' miseries worsened during qualifying, after the former Williams driver failed to make it out of Q2. Hamilton on the other hand did well to qualify sixth, but Sunday's race was another example of just how lost Mercedes are, after Russell superbly brought home a fifth-place...
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