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Preparation for this weekend’s Grand Prix in Saudi Arabia is in full swing as Lewis Hamilton aims to rebound from his disappointing fifth-place finish in Bahrain one last time out by aiming for a podium finish on the streets of Jeddah. The Briton looks set for another turbulent campaign due to Mercedes’ lack of pace, but is hopeful things can improve for the Silver Arrows when they travel to the Gulf nation later this week.

It looks like Mercedes will struggle to challenge Red Bull on a consistent basis over the course of this season, with the Austrian team clearly the fastest team on the grid after their pole-two finish in Bahrain earlier this month. Mercedes recently vowed not to panic if their sluggish pace continues in a rare open letter to fans, as Toto Wolff and his teammates do everything they can to stem the rot by working hard to find some much-needed performance gains in the team. Brackley headquarters.

“It hurt the team as a whole, after so much hard work had been put into a car that didn’t meet our expectations,” read the letter, which was published in the wake of the season-opening Bahrain Grand Prix.

“And we know it hurts you, our fans too. Your passion and support are very important in moving us forward – and we know we feel the same pain. We won’t panic or react unexpectedly. In a spotlight as fierce as Formula 1, people are quick to point fingers, or Looking for a scapegoat. But you know us better than that.”

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