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Testing round up

Following twelve days of pre-season testing are we any clearer as to the position of the teams prior to the first race?  Well on the final day of testing there were three engine failures which brought the cars to a premature halt (McLaren, Force India and Lotus).  While hearing of a Renault failure isn’t that surprising given the troubles they have had this winter, having two Mercedes power units fail may give some hope to other non-Mercedes powered teams.  However it may be that these two teams were able to run some components past their expected life to see how long they would last. The total distance completed by all the teams over the twelve days of testing is as follows: Team...
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