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Monday, 23 May 2016 12:24

Mercedes cannot afford mistakes, says Wolff

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Boss Toto Wolff says Mercedes must not make any errors at the Monaco Grand Prix, in the wake of his drivers' crashing out of the last race in Spain.
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg collided while disputing the lead on the first lap in Barcelona, leaving Red Bull and Ferrari to fight it out.
Wolff said: "It's clear we are under attack from more than one angle.
"We cannot afford to drop the ball so we must remain united and strong, and hit back hard this weekend."
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