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Massa sets morning pace as Red Bull gremlins return

Sutton Images Enlarge Felipe Massa topped the timesheets on the penultimate day of pre-season testing as Red Bull struggled to build on its promising run on Friday. Massa set a 1:37.224 to put himself at the top of the time sheets over lunch, but once again it was the absence of some cars that drew more interest. It took two and half hours for Sebastian Vettel's RB10 to emerge from the Red Bull garage, but when he did he only made it as far as Turn Four before grinding to a halt. The team tried sending him out for a second time in the final hour before lunch, but the Red Bull only got as far as the end of the pit lane before stopping, with Vettel lending a hand as marshals pushed it back...
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