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Red Bull suffers severe setback in Bahrain test

After making 'significant progress' on Friday, Red Bull suffered a severe setback after it failed to complete a single lap on the penultimate day of the final pre-season test in Bahrain on Saturday. Delayed by some two hours, Sebastian Vettel finally managed to venture out on the track only to stop after four corners with an electrical problem. After the crew worked further on the car for about 45 minutes, the defending world champion could cover no more than the distance of the pit lane. A leak and resultant damage consequently kept the RB10 in the garage for the rest of the day. 'It's not the best situation to be in but we can't change it,' Vettel said. 'Everybody is extremely motivated...
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