Mercedes is “leaving Melbourne in a better state than when we arrived”

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Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff says the team is leaving Australia with “more lessons learned, more data to analyse and more points on the board”.

Mercedes arrived in Melbourne with pretty modest expectations, because they are yet to solve their car troubles.

However, they are leaving Australia second in the championship and with additional knowledge about the W13.

“We are leaving Melbourne in a better state than when we arrived,” said Mercedes’ team boss Toto Wolff.

“More lessons learned, more data to analyse and more points on the board.


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“Clearly we haven’t got the pace yet to challenge Ferrari and Red Bull, but we know where we need to seek performance.

“One factor that leaves me very optimistic for the future is the mindset and strength of the team.

“Everyone in the UK, in Stuttgart and in the travelling race team is pulling together every ounce of effort we have to tackle the performance gaps with determination and a deep hunger,” the Austrian concluded.

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