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Ferrari preparing raft of upgrades for Bahrain test

Ferrari plan to introduce a raft of upgrades for the upcoming pre-season test in Bahrain, which will bring the Ferrari F14-T closer to its race specification. With a focus on reliability and the new power units, the majority of teams have brought basic packages to the first and second pre-season tests in Jerez and Bahrain respectively. With much of that work completed, at least for Mercedes and Ferrari powered cars, the focus will now switch to outright speed. Chassis technical director Pat Fry revealed that a number of developments would be run during the four-day test which begins on Thursday. "We've got a few bits that we're testing to check correlation, but I wouldn't really call...
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