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Australia analysis - Mercedes the masters of a hi-tech triumph

F1 racing’s new era debuted in glorious fashion in Melbourne on Sunday, with its teams and drivers serving up a master class on how to combine cutting-edge hybrid technology with superb sporting spectacle. After scare stories suggesting few would finish, 15 of the 22 starters were running at the end of a thrilling and competitive Australian Grand Prix, won in some style by Nico Rosberg and Mercedes. We take a team-by-team look back on Sunday's action in Albert Park...MercedesNico Rosberg, P1Lewis Hamilton, retired lap 3, engineRosberg pounced straight into the lead and never looked back, troubled only by a minor spell of front tyre graining during his middle stint and a recalcitrant...
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