Mercedes want to be fighting for “some victories” before end of F1 2023

The German manufacturer first introduced their heavily-revised W14 at the Monaco Grand Prix and went on to have their best result of the season at the following race in Spain with a double podium finish. Lewis Hamilton followed up his second place finish in Barcelona with third at the Canadian Grand Prix behind Max Verstappen and Fernando Alonso, while George Russell crashed out of fourth place. “It is really nice to be now racing at least for podiums, being able to show what we are capable of doing,” Mercedes’ chief technical officer Mike Elliott said in the team’s post-race debrief video. "Hopefully we…

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