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Lewis Hamilton and George Russell finished third and fourth in the season-opening Bahrain Grand Prix, Mercedes’ technical chief James Allison said the team hoped to get on top of the aerodynamic issues it is facing within ‘two or three’ races. 

Mercedes trialed different set-up and rear wing configurations on both W13 cars during the two 60 minute practice sessions on Friday in a bid to improve the situation, but the experiments did not fully address the problem.

“We tried a few more experiments to understand the bouncing issue here, some which made it worse, some which helped, but we don't yet have a solution to make the problem go away,” Mercedes’ trackside engineering director Andrew Shovlin explained. 

“We can reduce this slightly for [Saturday] as it's affecting the drivers in a few of the corners and costing time."