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Alonso to start Bahrain test for Ferrari

Fernando Alonso will start Ferrari's running at the second winter test, which takes place this week at the Bahrain International Circuit. The Spaniard completed 173 laps of running at the opening test at Jerez and will drive the new F14 T on the opening two days of the second four-day event. He will then hand the car over to his new team-mate Kimi Raikkonen for Friday and Saturday. The Finn only managed 78 laps at the wheel of the Scuderia's 2014 challenger after losing track time on the opening two days. Looking ahead to the test, the team said on its website: 'The emphasis over the next four days will be mainly on checking all the systems and control parameters of the F14 T. In addition,...
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