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Cars will be much quicker by Australia - Ferrari

Ferrari's technical director James Allison says he expects the current cars to be much quicker at the opening race in Australia than people fear they will. Whilst Jenson Button likened them to GP2 pace, the teams are currently focusing on reliability over performance and have therefore run basic packages in Jerez - prompting some fans to expect times around six seconds slower in Melbourne compared to the 2013 cars. It's expected however that come the next test in Bahrain, the speed of the cars will begin to become clear, and whilst they won't be right on last years pace, they won't be far off according to Allison who admitted they're finding downforce rapidly. "Just look at the size of...
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