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It is not hard to see that the Ferraris have the strongest race pace for the time being and I dare say that even longer.Fernando acknowledged that tyre strategy of Lotus/Renault impressed him and the reds will take this lesson into account for the next races. Therefore,if the Bulls, Lotus and alikes will want to match Ferrari's pace in the future, they might find something new in the technical bag rather then the strategy, "cause the pitstop manoeuvre solution is not gonna win every time.



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