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Why Williams Are Most Likely to Challenge Mercedes in 2nd Half of 2015 F1 Season

So, can he win it? It's a question we've become accustomed to asking in the immediate aftermath of every Hungarian Grand Prix, such is the event's tendency to provide unpredictable races and surprise winners. In each of the last three seasons, the dark horse in the championship battle has triumphed at the tight and twisty dust bowl that is the Hungaroring, supposedly injecting renewed momentum and seriousness into a title challenge just beginning to fall flat. Lewis Hamilton's first Mercedes victory in the 2013 race came on the back of his third pole position in succession and barely 24 hours after he admitted how—due to the hot conditions, the fragile Pirelli tyres and his car's habit of charring its rubber—it "would be a...

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