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ANALYSIS: Red Bull have the quickest car in qualifying, followed by McLaren and Ferrari

Red Bull's RB20 have been the strongest car over a single lap so far in 2024, followed by Ferrari and McLaren, the two outfits that have already won races in the current season. F1Technical's lead journalist Balazs Szabó analyses teams' qualifying performance in the opening stages of the season. Since the introduction of the new ground-effect car in 2022, Red Bull have been the dominant force in Formula One. The Milton Keynes-based outfit used to display dominant pace in race trim in the previous two years, but they slightly struggled for qualifying pace with Ferrari having displayed impressive one-lap pace in low-fuel configuration. For the current season, the picture has slightly...
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