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The heat is on - Bahrain test preview

Having trialled their new 1.6-litre turbo-powered cars in Spain last month, the teams travel to Bahrain this week to continue their preparations for the 2014 season in the heat of the desert. Will the Mercedes- and Ferrari-powered cars carry their promising form into Sakhir? Can world champions Red Bull overcome their early teething problems? And how will Lotus’s new E22 perform in its first public outing? We look ahead to the second pre-season test of the year…Lotus’s E22 to break coverAs the only team to miss the Jerez test completely, Lotus gave their new Renault-powered car - the E22 - a belated shakedown during a filming day in Spain last week, where it reportedly...
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