Why there's more to come from Mercedes' engines

Why there's more to come from Mercedes' engines

Mercedes' quest for 'golden nuggets' in the current F1 engine rules is getting tougher, but it would be foolish to think it is about to run out of ideas, as IAN PARKES found out

For anyone naively thinking Mercedes is approaching its zenith with regard to the current Formula 1 engine formula, think again.

Since the introduction of the 1.6-litre V6 turbocharged system at the start of 2014, Mercedes has won 32 of 38 grands prix and four world titles.

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