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Raikkonen: Form still unknown

Kimi Raikkonen reckons fans will have to wait until the Australian GP to have even an inclination of this year's pecking order. After two pre-season tests, Mercedes have - at least on the timesheets - emerged as the team to beat. The Brackley outfit was not only second on the list for most laps covered, eight behind Williams, but Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton also set the two fastest times in Bahrain. Rosberg posted a 1:33.283 while Hamilton was a second off the pace. The McLarens were next in line with Fernando Alonso and Raikkonen sixth and seventh for the week. Both were three seconds off Rosberg's best. "I still can't say how quick we are as it's just the second test of the...
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