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Ferrari Show Title-Challenging Pace at the Australian Grand Prix

The result of Sunday's Australian Grand Prix—a Mercedes one-two, followed by Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel—will look familiar and predictable to anyone with a cursory interest in Formula One over the last couple years. As at the U.S. Grand Prix last year, though, how those familiar results came about was anything but predictable. In 2015, it took Ferrari and Vettel two races to spring a surprise on Mercedes. In Melbourne, it didn't even take two corners. Throughout the offseason, the big question was: Could Ferrari catch Mercedes and end the Silver Arrows' two-year domination of the sport? After qualifying on Saturday, it seemed the answer was no. Lewis Hamilton qualified on pole, nearly a second clear of Vettel in third. Nico Ros...

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