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Sauber plans extensive package for Bahrain

Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn says the team will have “a very extensive package” of updates at the first Bahrain test.With the first test at Jerez taking place earlier than in previous years, Sauber ran a provisional aerodynamic package in order to ensure the car was ready on time. Having gathered data in Spain, Sauber will now be looking to introduce an aero update in Bahrain and Kaltenborn says the car will be very different in two weeks' time.“Fundamentally it's a very extensive package,” Kaltenborn told the Sauber website. “We plan to have most of the parts on the car for the first test in Bahrain. This includes new front and rear wings, side pod deflectors, as...
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