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George Russell insists Mercedes can win as he looks for ‘more magic'

Mercedes came agonisingly close to their first victory of the season at the Dutch Grand Prix, which they potentially could have won had it not been for a Virtual Safety Car. It ended up being somewhat of a disappointing result for the Silver Arrows, after Sir Lewis Hamilton slipped from first to fourth in the final handful of laps. George Russell, on the other hand, managed to salvage a second-place finish, matching his best ever result in the sport which he claimed at last season's Belgian Grand Prix. Russell was running in third behind Hamilton and race leader Max Verstappen; who maintained his lead after getting a cheap pit-stop courtesy of a VSC for Yuki Tsunoda's AT03 to be...
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