Teams preview the Australian GP

Saturday 8th March 2014

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Teams preview the Australian GP

Teams preview the Australian GP

The Formula One teams look ahead to the season-opening Australian GP, which takes place at the Albert Park circuit...

Red Bull
After a trying pre-season, Red Bull head to Melbourne unsure of what to expect...

Mercedes
Although Mercedes' pre-season testing went better than planned both Lewis Hamilton and Ncio Rosberg are cautious about their chances in Melbourne...

McLaren
It's that time of the year again and while Jenson Button has been through it many times, it's a new experience for rookie Kevin Magnussen...

Force India
Nico Hulkenberg wants "good points" on his Force India return while Sergio Perez says he is "ready" for the new challenge...

Williams
Williams head to Australia hoping for a "good start to the season" after impressing in pre-season testing...

Sauber
Esteban Gutierrez concedes the Australian GP will be a challenge while Adrian Sutil is hoping for a flawless race weekend...

Toro Rosso
Rookie Daniil Kvyat admits it's "too early to say" how he will perform in Australia while Jean-Eric Vergne is eyeing a change of fortune in Australia...

Marussia
Max Chilton and Jules Bianchi are both "excited" for the new season but admit the first goal is to have a "reliable" Australian GP...

Caterham
Impressed by Caterham's determination to succeed, Kamui Kobayashi and Marcus Ericsson head to Melbourne eager for a good start to the season...

More to follow...

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