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2014 cars can go 'four seconds quicker' - Sutil

Sutil got his first run out of the Sauber in Jerez Sutton Images Enlarge Adrian Sutil believes the 2014 cars will improve by at least four seconds over the course of the season, despite an opening week of testing which saw the fastest time drop significantly below the best in Jerez last year. Kevin Magnussen recorded the best time in Jerez with a 1.23.276, which was far slower than Felipe Massa's 1.17.879 from the corresponding pre-season opener in 2013. This was coupled with some teams, notably reigning world champions Red Bull, struggling with reliability issues throughout the course of the week. But Sutil insists nothing can be read into the slower times in Jerez as the teams adjust to...
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