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I agree with Taz, “there is more to this than they (Haug included) are making out”, in my opinion (and a note is attached with it that I might be wrong) Haug’s sudden departure has more to do with the drivers reshuffle decision taken than with the (performance being the sole reason), Mercedes performance over their 3 years being in F1 is normal, a lot of people makes the mistake and say that they (Mercedes) bought a winning team as what they actually bought was less than a skeleton of that winning team resources, now about the normal and reasonable time expectancy for a team to achieve success , how long did it took FERRARI after rebuilding their team?, how long did it took RBR after buying Jaguar from Ford?. Red Bull’s championship achievements, 2005-6th, 2006-7th, 2007- 5th, 2008-4th, 2009- 2nd. Mercedes championship achievements, 2010-4th, 2011-4th, 2012-5th.



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