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sunny. presumably that was either brundle, hill or herbert? however, on the f1 show last night, herbert and noble (autosport) both said that the bull was still the fastest. different people have different opinions, and we cannot just go by one persons opinion. we will have no idea of RACE speed until melbourne, but already merc, macca and ferrari all seem to be playing catch up. not sure who they are trying to catch up, but its hardly marussia. interestingly, red bull had the fewest changes during the course of the test. iwonder why?
whatever the result in oz, it will have to be remembered that this is only the first race of the yar, and is not normally representative.
i doubt that any one car will have an advantage all season.