The fears Mercedes is playing with its F1 rivals
Lewis Hamilton's fastest laps at the end of two of the last three Formula 1 races appears to offer a worrying glimpse of what Mercedes could really be capable of if it had to push hard throughout a Grand Prix.
Edd Straw and Ben Anderson join Glenn Freeman to investigate if those late flourishes are something that should concern everybody else on the grid, and they also evaluate if Mercedes' defeat in the Austrian Grand Prix, and the close qualifying session at Silverstone, suggest the competitive picture is in fact closer than Hamilton's quest for bonus points would suggest.
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