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Force India enjoys steep learning curve

Dani Juncadella says Force India's progress across the first test at Jerez shows what a steep learning curve the new regulations provide.Force India completed just 65 laps during the first three days of the opening test last week as many teams struggled for mileage while trying to understand the new power units. However, reserve driver Juncadella took over the car on Friday and completed 81 laps alone to more than double Force India's tally.Reflecting on how the week had unfolded at the end of the test, Juncadella said the team had quickly picked up how to avoid certain problems occurring which had allowed it to run more consistently.“Mainly it was really important to get a lot of...
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