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Ferrari: Our competitiveness was not acceptable, but we intend to fight our way back up the grid

Ferrari: Our competitiveness was not acceptable, but we intend to fight our way back up the grid 17 March, 2014 The scenario suggested by winter testing turned out to be true in Melbourne, at the 2014 Formula 1 World Championship season opening Australian Grand Prix. There was little doubt that all the teams would be facing reliability issues, or that these will continue to be a decisive factor throughout the course of the season. As would car performance, which, from what was seen in Albert Park, means that all the teams will be working either to close the gap, as is the case for Scuderia Ferrari, or to maintain it in the case of Mercedes. Reliability was certainly again encouraging for...
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