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Anomaly excuse means Ferrari have nowhere to hide in Bahrain

In the wake of the Australian Grand Prix weekend, the word 'anomaly' has been overused ad nauseam, but those using it as an excuse have only until next Sunday to establish if their Formula 1 season-opening post mortems are indeed correct. Former Ferrari team boss Stefano Domenicali is one that believes that in Bahrain, next weekend, the Reds will find their absent pace and the balance of power will be restored. But the truth is the ‘anomaly' excuse is the one flung out by the Albert Park losers to explain how Mercedes were seven tenths faster than their closest rivals on Sunday, while at the end of the race Ferrari were 57 seconds adrift of winner Valtteri Bottas Not even a podium...
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