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Why Mercedes could be more dominant

Mercedes' rivals hope to use the winter to claw back its advantage, but even the opposition fears F1's champion might be even faster still in 2015, as JONATHAN NOBLE explains

While it's often said in motor racing that you're only as good as your last race, such is the competitiveness of Formula 1 that what really matters is how good you're going to be at the next one.

That's why, before the first champagne corks had been popped to celebrate Lewis Hamilton's world championship success in Abu Dhabi, thoughts for most in the paddock were already on what needs to be done to stop Mercedes in its tracks in 2015.

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