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Minimal tire data collected at Jerez test

The first test of the 2014 season was eventful in some ways and not in others. Red Bull and Renault-powered teams struggled to come to grips with their power plant while other teams sorted out the engines and electronics. With such a revolutionary series of technical changes, running was considerably limited compared to last year, and very little tyre work was carried out. Nonetheless, the teams were able to have their first taste of Pirelli’s 2014 tyre range, which features new compounds and constructions. The teams could also try out the new Cinturato Green intermediate and Cinturato Blue wet on the second day, which was designated as a wet-weather test day. More rain then fell on...
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