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Ferrari: Formula 1 season got off at a snail’s pace

Ferrari: Formula 1 season got off at a snail’s pace 28 January, 2014 Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari F14T Less than 40 laps in four hours. That’s the outcome so far after a morning of testing, which could be seen as a good enough total if it was just for one car. However, that’s the sum total for all five cars that have ventured out onto the Andalusian track. Only five, because the other four have spent the whole morning in their garages. Therefore the 2014 Formula 1 season could be said to have got off at a snail’s pace, which is fairly predictable. This years cars are almost completely new and obviously, especially right at the start, it takes longer to control all the systems...
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