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Domenicali: Mercedes and Williams out in front

Following pre-season testing which posed far more questions than it answered, Stefano Domenicali believes there is a pecking order but that it will quickly change.From the outset the Mercedes runners had both pace and reliability, and while the works team and McLaren had a difficult final test they are still very much in the reckoning as are Force India and, possibly the true stars of testing, Williams.While some teams, most notably Red Bull and Lotus struggled, Domenicali believes it would be foolish to write off either team, claiming that lessons will have been learned from the last few weeks.'I believe, we could see big changes from the first race to the second and from the second to...
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