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Wolff: Mercedes' 2022 struggles will help team 'over many years'

Toto Wolff believes that Mercedes' struggles and "rollercoaster" 2022 campaign will ultimately have a beneficial effect on the German outfit "over many years". Mercedes was among those teams that were caught out at the start of the 2022 season by the emergence of the widespread porpoising issue, a phenomenon caused by the aerodynamic ground effects embedded in F1's new-generation cars. The Brackley squad was the most hard-hit by a problem that undermined the performance of its W13 silver arrow and which has forced its engineers to dig deep in search of a lasting fix. But progress has been achieved, and while Mercedes is still lagging its front-running Red Bull and...
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