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Wolff looks realistically at the rest of the F1 season

Mercedes have been in the battle for the world title since the start of the hybrid era in 2014, but it seems unlikely that they will be this season. Toto Wolff, speaking to Sky Sports, revealed that he is also taking this into account. Article continues under ad Between 2014 and 2020, it was the German team that won the world championship. No fewer than six times Lewis Hamilton managed to pull out the longest straw, while once in 2016 it was Nico Rosberg who emerged victorious. Read more Opinion | Sir Jackie Stewart gets it wrong: Hamilton won't leave F1 After Hamilton lost to Red Bull Racing last season and saw Max Verstappen become world champion, Mercedes were hoping to put things right...
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