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Where has Ferrari's pace gone in Australia?

ESPN Friday, 15 March 2019 ()
Mercedes' dominance of Friday practice in Melbourne flew in the face of the narrative that formed over preseason that Ferrari is the team to beat. Laurence Edmondson analyses what happened.
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