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'Ferrari's pace was unacceptable'

While happy Ferrari made it to the finish line in Australia, James Allison concedes next time they need to do it a bit faster. Ferrari kicked off their 2014 title quest with a double points-haul at the Australian Grand Prix last Sunday. Fernando Alonso was fourth on the day while his new team-mate Kimi Raikkonen finished seventh. Both drivers, though, were well off the pace. Alonso brought his F14T home 35 seconds down the road from race winner Nico Rosberg with Raikkonen a further 22s back. "While we can take some satisfaction from the reliability shown by the F14T, it is clear that we have our work cut out to improve our car in order to compete on equal terms with the Mercedes...
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