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'2014 uncertainty to continue'

The early competitive order of Formula 1's new era may remain shrouded in uncertainty until the chequered flag falls at the first race of the season in Australia, according to Marussia's Graeme Lowdon.Although last week's opening test at Jerez gave a first glimpse of which teams, and engine manufacturers, have developed a reliable base with their all new turbo cars - the Mercedes-powered outfits racked up a combined tally of 875 while the Renault customers trailed the field with a mere 151 - the timesheets gave little if anything away about which outfits are leading the way on outright pace. Winter testing orders are habitually unreliable indicators of true form come the start of the racing...
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