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Wolff says Red Bull and Ferrari's reliability issues are ‘funny'

Because Mercedes have not suffered with reliability issues yet in 2022, that does not mean that they can blindly trust it will remain that way. There has been a total of seven reliability-related failures so far this year between Red Bull and Ferrari, with Max Verstappen, Sergio Perez, Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz all being bitten by mechanical issues at some point. However, on the whole, they have adapted better to the new technical regulations than the Silver Arrows who, having made some design errors, have been struggling with “porpoising” and bouncing. READ: Bottas enjoying ‘big authority’ after leaving Hamilton’s shadow at Mercedes This has been costing them time on the...
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