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Hülkenberg to start Bahrain test for Force India

– Force India has announced its driver schedule for the second pre-season test in Bahrain next week. Nico Hülkenberg will drive on the first two days, before team-mate Sergio Pérez brings the gathering to a close. Force India is the second team to confirm its plans for the test, with Toro Rosso revealing earlier this week that Daniil Kvyat will drive on the first and third days and Jean-Éric Vergne on the second and fourth days.
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