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Toto Wolff has expressed his excitement ahead of the 2024 F1 season getting started with this weekend’s Bahrain Grand Prix.

Mercedes finished second in the Constructors’ Championship last year but were 451 points adrift of dominant winners, Red Bull.

In 2022, the problem was persistent porpoising. In 2023, it was instability at high speeds. But this year, Wolff is confident Mercedes will have more consistency.

“A new season brings new opportunity, and it’s exciting to be heading into a new campaign with all the drama it will inevitably bring,” Wolff said.

“Our main aim going into 2024, therefore, is clear: create a consistent and stable platform. A car that would react as we expected.

“One that the drivers could consistently push. And one that we can develop throughout the year, in the knowledge that we are bringing real-world performance to the track.”