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What we learned at the Australian Grand Prix

The 2014 engine formula is kind to rookiesThree rookies started the 2014 season, and two of them qualified in the top ten for the first race of the year and scored points while they were at it. And one of them only went and landed himself on the podium.There's no denying that K-Mag is quick and full of talent. He's long been viewed as one to watch, the most hotly-anticipated F1 debutant since Lewis Hamilton (who, incidentally, also started his career with a P3 at Albert Park). But given what looked to be a decline in performance for the MP4-29 over the course of winter testing, few were expecting the young Dane to shine quite so brightly driving a difficult car in a race that was expected...
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