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Ferrari's priority at Australian GP is to finish

Starting fifth on the grid for Formula One's season-opening Australian Grand Prix, two-time world champion Fernando Alonso says he has every chance of a podium finish if his car lasts the distance in Sunday's race. Although the Ferraris have appeared off the pace of front-running Mercedes across the race weekend, Alonso has been consistent, finishing in the top three of all practice sessions ahead of Saturday's rain-hit qualifying. The Spaniard said little can be taken for granted with the all-new V6 turbo hybrid cars, with all teams having fingers crossed about how they will perform in their first race on Sunday. 'The last couple of years, you start fifth, you get a good start and a good...
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