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Jerez test round-up

After four days of testing at Jerez, teams will head back to their respective factories with a differing opinion of how they fared in southern Spain. There is, of course, the caveat that testing is what it says on the tin: a chance to trial the cars before the first race. No-one was hugely hung up on the lap times as teams focused on mileage, with the cars and power units not pushed to the maximum, while Jerez’s atypical track surface was exacerbated by cold temperatures and Pirelli’s special winter tyres. Making conclusions from the first test is always a dangerous game, but here’s how each team coped across the first four days of 2014 action. Red Bull-Renault Red Bull managed 21...
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