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Fernley predicts big things for Force India

Force India Deputy Principal Bob Fernley believes Mercedes and Williams are the teams to beat in the season's first race in Australia in little more than a fortnight's time. Williams driver Felipe Massa topped the time sheets on the penultimate day of testing in Bahrain last week, before Lewis Hamilton in his Mercedes was fastest on the final day, a mere two hundreds of a second slower than the Brazilian. "It would be very nice, but I think the important thing is that if we can be competing strongly with Williams and Mercedes. There's no reason why we shouldn't do," Fernley told crash.net when asked during an exclusive interview of he believes Force India could be the leading...
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