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Massa quickest on Day Three as four corners an apocalypse for Red Bull

Whilst Williams reached new heights in Bahrain today, Felipe Massa posting the quickest time to date, Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull hit an all-time low. The world champion could only manage four corners before his car ground to a halt, a subsequent run seeing him failing to even get to the end of the pitlane before stopping.As team boss Christian Horner admitted that his team is ten days behind schedule, rivals upped the pressure with Williams leading the way.Following one of its worst seasons in living memory, the Grove outfit goes from strength to strength, invigorated by the arrival of Felipe Massa, Mercedes power, shrewd sponsorship deals and some savvy signings to its technical...
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