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How Mercedes became F1's greatest-ever team

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How Mercedes became F1's greatest-ever team
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Jan 8, 2020, 10:26 AM

Many teams have achieved dominance in Formula 1, but for most that pre-eminence is fleeting. Mercedes has now won six consecutive title doubles against a background of changes introduced to disrupt its progress. Has it now became F1's highest flyer and arguably its greatest-ever team?

What is Mercedes' secret?

How has it not only just set a new record of six consecutive drivers' and constructors' titles, but also shows no signs of stopping? Team boss Toto Wolff has an answer.

"The mindset we have in this team is permanent scepticism," Wolff says, "whether what we are doing is actually good enough."

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