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Ferrari pair target podium

Kimi Raikkonen and Fernando Alonso have set their sights on finishing on the podium at the season opener at Australia. Ferrari didn't really set the world alight during pre-season testing and, as is always the case when there are major rule changes, it is difficult to know the order of the grid ahead of the Albert Park race. Raikkonen, who returned to Ferrari this year after spending the past two seasons at Lotus, will be aiming for a top-three finish. "It is difficult to say [if Ferrari can win]," the Finn is quoted as saying by Autosport. "It is the aim for sure, but there are so many unknowns coming this weekend. "Maybe we did not have the best test in the...
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