With preseason testing done and dusted, there is a myriad of questions still left unanswered as well as drama on both ends of the competitive spectrum, with Williams vying for top honors as preseason favorites with Mercedes and Red Bull still struggling to run more than a few laps at a time. However the first race in Australia pans out, you can be sure it will feature some unexpected results.
The last two days in Bahrain were really the first instances in which we could speak with some confidence regarding the competitive order of the 2014 grid and what we learned is that perhaps some of the assumptions made in Jerez were a bit premature.
Certainly, Mercedes is the engine to have in the...
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