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Bahrain GP: Practice notes - McLaren

After the heat and humidity of Malaysia, the Formula 1 circus was expecting to be baking in hot sunshine in Bahrain also. But, so far, the air temperatures have been unusually cool - high 20s Celsius rather than high 30s Celsius - and as a result the track temperatures have been significantly lower than expected.As usual, FP1 was focused on correlating the performance of a small number of new components with the figures indicated by aero research back at the McLaren Technology Centre. That work was accomplished efficiently, Jenson and Kevin recording fifth- and seventh-fastest times respectively.In the evening, the air and track temperatures dropped significantly, making the achievement of...
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