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Roberto Merhi Is Harming His Prospects of a Long Formula 1 Career with Manor

The abnormally long summer break in 2015, due to the cancellation of the German Grand Prix, has left Formula One drivers kicking their heels. With three weeks separating the British and the Hungarian grands prix, and a further four until the Belgian GP, they have plenty of time to analyse their performances over the first phase of the campaign, to identify areas for improvement and, most importantly, to relax and escape the F1 bubble. But while some of his peers spent the first of five free weekends working in the simulator and being denied access to Centre Court at Wimbledon, Roberto Merhi, the Manor Marussia driver, was busy keeping fit, keeping fresh. Just three weeks after finishing three laps behind race winner Nico Rosberg in th...

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