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MIKA HAKKINEN and his McLaren-Mercedes in front and Ferrari not so far behind; the indications are that it will come down to a straight fight between the Finn and Eddie Irvine for both tomorrow's Grand Prix of Europe and for the world championship.

MOTOR RACING: Coulthard presents case for opposition

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