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Bahrain Test 2 - Day 3

The penultimate day of testing in Bahrain got underway with Jules Bianchi and Daniil Kvyat the first to take to the track. Felipe Massa however soon settled atop the timesheet. The first hours of the day were marked by more problems for Red Bull Racing, with Vettel completing only half a lap before stopping on track around 12:45. Sauber's Adrian Sutil suffered a similar fate as his Sauber caught fire during the installation lap. The German managed to get the car back to the pitlane, but the fire is likely to delay the team's programme. Mercedes AMG were also not seen out on track in the first 3 hours as the team were busy changing the engine on the F1 W05. The most active teams, but also...
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