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Mercedes hopes to compete with top teams again: 'We have learned lessons'

Lewis Hamilton's third place at Silverstone proved that Mercedes has made another big step forward in improving the car. The German team hopes that this growth can also be seen in the coming races, according to Mike Elliott. Article continues under ad With the formation suffering from porpoising at the start of the new season, Red Bull Racing and Ferrari were out of sight for a while. After two strong Grands Prix in Spain and England Mercedes hopes to get to know the car better and better and benefit from this in the coming races. Read more Mercedes sees light at the end of the tunnel: 'That gives more downforce' Mercedes sees progress in performance As technical director, Elliott is...
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