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Mercedes candid in reflection on Saturday.

Mercedes' technical director, Mike Elliott found time to speak to Sky Sports post a disappointing qualifying session for his team. In which it saw Lewis Hamilton in P5 and George Russell in P8 after what was a promising Q1 and Q2.  Article continues under ad Honesty is key "To be honest, we were hoping for better." were the first words out of Elliott's mouth, which sum up how Mercedes' Saturday finished up, the technical director then continued "We had a decent FP3. It looked like we were pretty quick then and in some ways for me, it would have been pretty nice to see how we were quick in the dry" Qualifying for Mercedes "We did the right job to get both cars to...
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