Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says his team want to stretch their records further, but they no longer have anything to prove.

Mercedes have served as the dominant force since the start of the turbo-hybrid era in 2014, winning all seven Drivers’ and Constructors’ Championships on offer.

Along the way Ferrari have risen at times to offer a challenge, most notably in 2017 and midway through 2019, but by in large Mercedes’ stranglehold on the titles has never been in doubt.

A true challenger has emerged in 2021 though in the form of Red Bull, who with six races to go lead the Drivers’ Championship through Max Verstappen, six points ahead of Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton.

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