F1 » Alonso cautious despite ‘positive’ first day

Fernando Alonso puts Ferrari F1 into the mix on the opening day of the Australian Grand Prix, setting the third quickest time Mercedes.

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March 14, 2014 6:46 PM

We already suspected that Mercedes would be the team to beat in Melbourne, but that good news is neither Ferrari nor Red Bull are far behind them, despite missing the great hybrid v6 produced by Mercedes. How much ahead is Mercedes is still unclear but both Ferrari and RBR have the resources to catch up, with Ferrari finally having a decent wind tunnel. I still believe that 2014 could be a good season, Mercedes won't run away easily. Let see what happens in the next two days.

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