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Formula 1 – Ferrari expects shocks in Melbourne
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Formula 1 – Ferrari expects shocks in Melbourne. Ferrari is predicting some 'shocks' at the Australian Grand Prix, with tyre uncertainty clouding the Formula 1 pecking order. By Jonathan Noble | AutoSport – 10 hours ago. Email 0. Recommend. 0. Tweet. 6
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Ferrari expects shocks in Melbourne
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Ferrari is predicting some 'shocks' at the Australian Grand Prix, with tyre uncertainty clouding the Formula 1 pecking order. Although there is a growing view that Red Bull leads the pack ahead of the season opener in Melbourne, Ferrari technical
Tyres will provide some 'shocks' in Australia – FryESPN F1

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Ferrari expects shocks in Melbourne
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Ferrari is predicting some 'shocks' at the Australian Grand Prix, with tyre uncertainty clouding the Formula 1 pecking order. Although there is a growing view that Red Bull leads the pack ahead of the season opener in Melbourne, Ferrari technical


BBC Sport

Stage set for enticingly close Formula 1 season after final test
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The eye-catching pace of Mercedes team-mates Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg on the final two days of winter testing has added an extra degree of intrigue and excitement to a Formula 1 season that already promised a great deal. On Saturday, Hamilton
Barcelona day four – Mercedes ahead as pre-season testing ends 03 Mar 2013Formula 1
Formula 1 – Barcelona in review: Mercedes emerge strongYahoo! Eurosport UK
Rosberg wraps up Formula 1 pre-season testing with fastest timeHindustan Times
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Ferrari updates having desired effect
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This season the team is using one of Toyota's wind tunnels in Cologne while its own facility is updated and Fry said the parts coming to the car were having the desired effect. "It's certainly a lot different from this time last year," he said. "We

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Ferrari updates having desired effect
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This season the team is using one of Toyota's wind tunnels in Cologne while its own facility is updated and Fry said the parts coming to the car were having the desired effect. "It's certainly a lot different from this time last year," he said. "We

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Sergio Perez Q&A: Melbourne's going to be interesting 02 Mar 2013
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Formula 1 – Perez shrugs off McLaren tech changesYahoo! Eurosport UK
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Barcelona day four – Mercedes ahead as pre-season testing ends 03 Mar 2013
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Mercedes again led the way in Barcelona on Sunday, as the final winter test drew to a close at the Circuit de Catalunya. With the cars next due on track in first practice for the season-opening Grand Prix in Australia in two weeks' time, Nico Rosberg
Stage set for enticingly close Formula 1 season after final testBBC Sport
Formula 1 – Hamilton: No need for miraclesYahoo! Eurosport UK
Rosberg wraps up Formula 1 pre-season testing with fastest timeHindustan Times
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Formula 1 – Rosberg fastest in final winter F1 test
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Formula 1 – Rosberg fastest in final winter F1 test. Mercedes ended the final day of 2013 pre-season Formula 1 testing on top thanks to Nico Rosberg. By Kevin Turner | AutoSport – 12 hours ago. Email 0. Recommend. 0. Tweet. 2. Print

Formula 1 – Rosberg fastest in final winter F1 test
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Formula 1 – Rosberg fastest in final winter F1 test. Mercedes ended the final day of 2013 pre-season Formula 1 testing on top thanks to Nico Rosberg. By Kevin Turner | AutoSport – 12 hours ago. Email 0. Recommend. 0. Tweet. 2. Print

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