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actually kiwibob, Ferrari were trapped behind Vettel for most of the beginning of the race, Ferrari had an awesome start, Ferrari sacrificed Massa who might have been faster than Alonso while Kimi was in open air for most of the race, running at his best pace.
No doubt Lotus had a great setup for their car, but if you look at last year, the tires are what saved Ferrari's butt, and it looks like Ferrari still have the edge, and I dont recall seeing Grosjean making great use of his tires when he was battling with midpackers.
If you ask me Ferrari will take two steps of the podium in Sepang unless Red Bull make some serious strides, but its clear, they will have to catch up like last year, and by the end of the year they will be able to make the best use of their car.
Its a shame really, this isnt racing at all, because there is no competition for tires, & Pirelli have complete control over their specification and tire allocation, its strictly for entertainment purposes only. At lea