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Reaction: No need for panic yet at Ferrari

Spanish Grand Prix – Ferrari were very much off the boil in Spain, but there's no real reason to panic yet as Barcelona didn't play to their strengths. The Spanish Grand Prix was an odd weekend in terms of pace. Mercedes looked fast from the outset, with Hamilton quickest in practice on Friday and Saturday morning. Qualifying saw Ferrari come to life in Q1 & Q2 with extremely fast times from both drivers on the Soft tyres. But, the instant the SuperSoft tyres went on, the competitiveness of the SF71-H went out the window. While Raikkonen & Vettel both made errors on their initial flying laps, Hamilton & Mercedes unlocked enough pace on that tyre to be able to consolidate the front...
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