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Button sets pace as Jerez test springs to life

Following Tuesday's farce, when the assembled teams managed only 93 laps between them, F1 put on a slightly better show on day two of pre-season testing.In the wake of overnight rain, and with the threat of more to follow, Pirelli, with the agreement of the teams, decided to shift Friday's planned wet test to today, necessitating the use of water tankers to artificially soak the track. Consequently much of the morning was spent using the intermediates and full wet tyres however, by lunchtime, the track had dried completely, thereby allowing teams to begin longer runs as they explored power unit behaviour.While some teams continue to experience problems, mainly those running Renault power...
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