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Red Bull rue another wasted day as testing finishes

Four time world champions Red Bull have looked on as another day of testing was wasted thanks to issues with the RB10. The team did complete 77 laps with Sebastian Vettel behind the wheel, which is a darn sight more than in the past, but a mysterious front end issue saw Vettel spin off in the braking zone for turn one. Even then those 77 laps were completed at a much reduced pace with a fastest time of 1:37.468 to show for their efforts. However, that was still faster than the McLaren. The McLaren, at the hands of Jenson Button, suffered two major issues during the day – the first of which was an engine failure which was quickly followed up with electrical issues in the MP4-29. The...
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