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China analysis - have Ferrari joined the hunt?

As Mercedes reasserted their current authority over the season with a third consecutive one-two in Sunday’s 2014 Formula 1 UBS Chinese Grand Prix, the bigger surprise came as Red Bull found themselves beaten to the podium. But with Fernando Alonso’s suberb drive to third contrasting with team mate Kimi Raikkonen’s struggle to eighth, the reality of any Ferrari renaissance is far from clear. We take a team-by-team look back on Sunday’s race in Shanghai… MercedesLewis Hamilton, P1Nico Rosberg, P2Hamilton drove another perfect race and was simply unbeatable as he closed to within four points of team mate Rosberg, and equalled the 25 Grand Prix victory tallies of...
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