Mercedes upgrades 'don't make any sense' says Toto Wolff as Lewis Hamilton faces more pain


He added: “I’m optimistic that eventually, we’re going to get there, whether that is in two races or five or by the end of the season, I don’t know. But you need to stay humble. My time horizon is not a race weekend or a year. It’s more like 10 years. I want to look back and have a competitive team, and there will be years when it’s more difficult. And this is one.”

After Verstappen’s woes in Bahrain and Australia, Russell unbelievably finds himself in P2 in the drivers’ standings behind dominant leader Charles Leclerc. Hamilton is in P5, behind Carlos Sainz and Sergio Perez, as it looks increasingly unlikely he’ll have to wait yet another year to break Michael Schumacher’s world title record.



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