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'Ferrari behind Merc and Williams'

Stefano Domenicali reckons Mercedes and Williams head to Australia as the teams to beat with Ferrari third in the pecking order. Ferrari finished behind Mercedes and Williams in last week's Bahrain test, third on both the timesheets and the lap count. While Fernando Alonso's 1:34.280 was the fastest time of any non-Mercedes or Williams runner, Ferrari's 873 laps also meant they were unable to make inroads into the top two. Testing, though, has now concluded with the true test set to take place at the next event on the calendar, the season-opening Australian GP. "The rule changes for this season have been so radical that I'd say to get a consensus you would need further tests before...
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