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Four wins in five races for Lewis Hamilton has swung the title race in his favour, his latest triumph coming at the slow-speed Marina Bay Street Circuit that is supposed to be a bogey track for his Mercedes squad. So how have they turned things around this year? According to Technical Director James Allison, it’s been a gradual, 12-month process that has finally come to fruition. “You can probably see that there has been a slow improvement of our performance in that regard,” said Allison, who has been in his role as Mercedes’ Technical Director since 2017.
"Maybe one of the earliest clues was that at the last sector in Budapest we were strong. Last year we were dreadful around that last sector. We’ve just been chipping away at it over the last 12 months."
“We are constantly working, evolving and understanding this car. We’re really, really improving the things we have improved last year’s car to this year’s car - and that has helped this weekend. But our understanding of the tyres has helped us as well. So many areas. It’s a dream for any driver, and for probably anyone, to have a platform to be able to deliver our potential. Even if we are slightly behind on pure pace maybe.”
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