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Pérez: 'Anything can happen' in Australia

– Sergio Pérez has stressed the importance of being "ready at all times" during the season-opening Australian Grand Prix weekend, as Formula 1 teams get up to speed.Melbourne, which has often staged the first round of the season since joining the Formula 1 calendar back in 1996, possesses special characteristics as a half-street circuit.Discussing the fuss around the start of a season, and questions over the pecking order, which are not always answered immediately, Pérez said: "It's important not to get distracted."We want to start well and get back into the race weekend rhythm, and get on with our work."The track itself is quite enjoyable and it's a...
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