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Qualifying analysis - the smart money is on silver

For the first time in 2014 conditions during a qualifying session were predictable, with dry road, an ambient temperature between 24 and 23 degrees Celsius and a track temperature between 28 and 27. That meant that everybody could focus on when to run their soft Pirellis in Q1, before everyone who got through took either used or new sets of them in Q2 and Q3. The track was getting a little difficult towards the end of Q3, however. We take a look at how each team fared in Sakhir on Saturday…MercedesNico Rosberg, 1m 33.185s, P1Lewis Hamilton, 1m 33.464s, P2Once again Mercedes had the front row all wrapped up, and maintained as near as dammit a second advantage over their closest...
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