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Where has Mercedes' pace gone?

Mercedes believe the "fundamental pace" of their car remains strong despite the sudden turnaround in fortunes compared to rivals Ferrari. For the second race in a row, neither Mercedes car will start Sunday's Chinese GP - underway at 7.10am, exclusively live on Sky Sports F1 - on the front row after losing out to Ferrari rivals Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen in Shanghai. Remarkably, on a circuit where Mercedes have been on pole for the previous six Chinese GPs, Ferrari beat the quickest Silver Arrows by over half a second. Furthermore, Mercedes' defeat represents a stunning turnaround since the season-starting Australian GP when Hamilton took pole position by six tenths of a...
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