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Fernando Alonso believes the difference between qualifying and racing will be bigger than ever in 2014 and drivers "won't get anywhere near" the pace they run at on Saturdays.
Ferrari's Stefano Domenicali believes Mercedes and Williams have emerged from winter testing at the head of Formula 1's new-look pecking order.
Fernando Alonso doubts whether any team or driver will be completely ready for the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, but insists he is happy with Ferrari's progress.
Kimi Raikkonen has admitted he has struggled to find a balance he likes at Ferrari following his move from Lotus over the winter.
Kimi Raikkonen admitted it was his fault he spun into the barriers during the final minutes of Day Four the first Bahrain test.
Fernando Alonso says Ferrari remain on a voyage of discovery with their 2014 car but is encouraged by the fact there are no "big issues" with the F14 T as the countdown continues to Melbourne.
Team boss Stefano Domenicali is cautiously confident about Ferrari's chances in 2014 after getting "off on the right foot" in Jerez.
Ferrari have retained the trio of Davide Rigon, Marc Gene and Pedro de la Rosa as their test and development drivers for 2014.
Ferrari have been boosted by the on-track performance of the F14 T at Jerez correlating with forecasts from their wind tunnel.
Fernando Alonso says the new breed of F1 cars are still fun to drive despite the vastly-reduced lap times being set at Jerez.
The gap between Red Bull and their principal rivals widened on day three of testing at Jerez on Thursday, when the World Champions once again propped up the timesheets - and their pre-season problems appeared to intensify.
Ferrari Technical Director James Allison has played down the significance of the vast array of radical new noses on the 2014 F1 cars but has admitted the innovative design on the rear of McLaren's has piqued his interest.
In customary taciturn fashion, Kimi Raikkonen has refused to read any significance into setting the fastest time on a truncated first day of 2014 winter testing at Jerez.
Kimi Raikkonen might be back in familiar surroundings at Ferrari but he's expecting a step into the unknown once pre-season testing starts at Jerez.
Fernando Alonso is confident he won't encounter any problems adapting to F1's new breed of cars, although he is reserving judgement on how much he'll actually enjoy racing them.
Ferrari launched their 2014 car, named the F14 T after a fan vote, at their Maranello base on Saturday.
Ferrari have announced that their 2014 car will be called the F14 T after an online poll of fans.
Kamui Kobayashi has admitted that Ferrari "are not really happy" with his decision to turn down another season of sportscar racing and resurrect his F1 career at Caterham.
Kimi Raikkonen doesn't think the 2014 F1 cars will be particularly different to drive, despite a complete revamp of the technical regulations.
Ferrari are to reveal their 2014 car on January 25, the day after announcing the results of a competition to name it.