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Kobayashi…waiting on Renault

The information coming from day two in the Bahrain test is certainly up and down or side to side to say the least. If you're Renault Sport F1, engine suppliers to Red Bull, Caterham and Lotus, you're telling the press that your engine is good to go the distance and is ready for any distance the teams wish to test. If you're Red Bull, you have issues that seem to crop up after solving the previous issue, according to Sebastian Vettel. If you're Caterham F1′s Kamui Kobayashi, you're calling a spade a spade..or, perhaps a shovel: 'At the moment, we are definitely too weak pace-wise, so we give the maximum chance to them [to work] and thereafter we have to work on our car. Kobayashi told...
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