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Perez quickest again on a fiery day for Renault runners

For the second successive day, Sergio Perez and Force India topped the timesheets in Bahrain, while Red Bull also made 'significant progress'.The Mexican was quick from the outset, while reliability - having completed 213 laps in two days - also appears not to be an issue.In ideal conditions the eleven drivers on duty completed 868 laps, over 100 more than yesterday, some of them at the wheel for the last time before Melbourne.While Red Bull has made obvious progress, Daniel Ricciardo closing to within 0.173s of Perez' time, it is clear that the Renault powered tears are still hurting. His car, still suffering overheating issues, Ricciardo concentrated on short runs, especially in the...
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