Having already discussed some of the latest tech appearances on the cars at the midway point of the second test session in Bahrain, this piece aims to give you a short overview of the updates we've seen on the cars of late. With all but the Renault-powered teams seeking further performance, the second test session was a prime opportunity for the teams to start stretching the legs of their creations for the year ahead.
The fleet of new parts that landed on the C33 last week is not necessarily an indication of more productivity over its rivals but more of a sign that it means business this year. Having opted to keep most of its components under wraps in Jerez, Sauber arrived in...
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