The 2014 Formula 1 season finally got underway in Australia today with probably the most eagerly anticipated three hours of free practice in grand prix history.
With the new 1.6-litre V6 turbocharged era starting and big question marks over the competitive order, and whether Mercedes really is as strong as it looked in pre-season testing, the unknowns were almost infinite at the start of the day.
After just two sessions, the waters of F1 2014 have become a little less muddy. So just what did we learn today?
RAIKKONEN IS NOT AS COMFORTABLE AS ALONSO
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