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Mercedes: We can do very well in Australia

– Mercedes chief Paddy Lowe reckons Mercedes will be in a position to do "very well" at the opening race of the season in Australia, with the Silver Arrows enjoying a positive start to the pre-season testing period. Aside from the opening day of testing at Jerez, a Mercedes-powered machine has set the standard, and the German brand's factory outfit comfortably led the way with Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton in Bahrain. Although the team has been playing down suggestions that it is the favourite heading into the new campaign, Lowe says he has now seen enough to feel confident of delivering a strong performance at Albert Park. "The strongest teams out there are the...
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