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The all-conquering Mercedes team celebrating a Formula 1 constructors' championship victory well ahead of a season finale is not unusual. But there were a few aspects about last weekend's triumph at Imola that stood out from the six that had come before.
And, buried in all the bonhomie, was a lingering problem - which Mercedes is now tasked with addressing.
First of all, Mercedes' 2020 constructors' title is more momentous than the rest. The team has won the championship in this terrible year of years, where so many previously predictable scripts have been ripped up and replaced thanks to the wretched pandemic. That there is a 2020 championship taking place at all is incredible.
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