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@eagle, i haven't watched any of the testing, I have just checked the end of day times.
Williams were at the back last year, without the money of the front runners and with a brand new design team, what makes you think that they are anyway competitive.
This proves above all else, that testing is a waste of time to get an idea of who's performing.
Last year, Williams were quickest in testing but look at their race performance.
Lotus were fast in Jerez, but nowhere here because they discovered problems at Barcelona.
Who knows what fuel levels Ferrari, Red Bull and Mclaren are running. Alonso may claim that they know only 20% of the car, but could the potential blow everyone away in Melbourne? After all, Rory Byrne is heavily involved in the design of he car.
Until Q3 in Melbourne, we won't have any idea of these cars potential.
I just don't believe Williams, Lotus and Force India are going to be at the front this year...