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Bahrain so far

Formula One’s new regulations are continue to prove somewhat difficult. After the first test, I was more than confident that Red Bull Racing would catch up, That Renault would be somewhere near competitive and that reliability wouldn’t deplete the grid down to the possibility of only single figures finishing in Australia would be averted. I was wrong and with the Homologation for the engines now frozen, it’s looking like more pain for certain teams on the grid. Day one The first car out to set the timed laps was a Red Bull of Daniel Ricciardo, which for a short while showed abit of optimism with Ricciardo taking the Red Bull through lap times higher than that of what he set in...
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