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When everyone comes to grips (Pardon the pun) with the tires, things will even out a bit. But I would not go so far as to say Ferrari have the absolute best race pace. They are certainly better than last year, that's for sure, but Red Bull and Lotus are real contenders for ultimate pace. If we are to believe Kimi (and there's no reason not to) he was not even pushing - but we all know at some point Fernando was wringing that Ferrari to the max. A relaxed Kimi is a dangerous Kimi.



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