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Singing a different tune...

“To be on their (Red Bull and Ferrari's) pace for the first race is very tricky,” Hamilton concedes. “There is still more work needed to be as quick as Red Bull, Ferrari and maybe another one or two teams.”

Those who believe his boss is singing off a different sheet, take one step forward...

by Max Davies





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Priaulx2

March 14, 2011 11:32 PM

As long as they are quicker than lotus and mercedes etc they're not in too much bother. They've built a reputation of being one of (if not) the best teams at developing their car over the year. If they can take some 4/5 places from these opening rounds with Webber, Vettel and Alonso taking points off each other and get the car sorted for the start of the european season it'll be far from a disaster. As shown last season with 19/20 races you can still compete for the championship even if you do have a period in the season where you are short of form. (both McLaren and Ferrari did) It will just mean they will have to make sure these first few races are the only ones they are short of pace in.



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