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What slowed Mercedes in Austria, and can it happen again?

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Jul 2, 2019, 7:37 PM

The Mercedes winning streak came to an end in Formula 1's Austrian Grand Prix, but did it also highlight the W10's first weakness?

Mercedes was spotted opening up its cooling outlets throughout the Austria weekend as it sought to balance aero performance against cooling demands, while rival Ferrari continued its recent development path.

Jake Boxall-Legge and Edd Straw join Glenn Freeman to discuss Mercedes' battle to overcome its cooling challenges and whether Ferrari's stronger pace in recent races signifies an upturn in form.

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