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Ferrari duo aiming for 'at least' a podium

Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen and Fernando Alonso are both hoping to secure, at the very least, a podium finish as they head into the opening race of the season. Whilst Ferrari are thought to be amongst the likes of Mercedes and Williams on reliability, it's thought both those team's are slightly ahead in terms of pace. Kimi Raikkonen isn't fazed though and he fully expects to be fighting at the front for a top-three finish in Melbourne. "It is difficult to say [if we can win]," he said on Wednesday. "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 last days, but I think we have done most of the things...
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