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'Williams wasteful, Ferrari nowhere'

Amid all the frenetic action down the field at a brilliant Bahrain Grand Prix, some interesting details emerged about several of the leading teams. The battle for victory between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg proved just how quick the Mercedes cars are. After the safety car pulled in to leave a 10-lap sprint to the flag, we saw Mercedes stretch their legs in true, ultimate race performance for the first time this season. They pulled away at at least two seconds a lap, which was pretty stunning. Before that, on the laps when Hamilton and Rosberg went wheel-to-wheel and lost lots of time, they were still quicker than anyone else. Sergio Perez finished third for Force India in Bahrain after...
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