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Ferrari pack up early after chassis defect found during Bahrain test

Ferrari pack up early after chassis defect found during Bahrain test 9 April, 2014 On the second and final day of testing in Bahrain, Ferrari have had to pack up early after discovering that the F14T which Fernando Alonso was using during the test was defective. After a mere 12 laps the team decided that it was pointless to carry on at Sakhir, after a fault was detected on the car used by Kimi Raikkonen during the grand prix weekend at the same venue. The chassis which is thought to have been damaged during Friday free practice when Raikkonen rode the kerbs during one of the sessions. Although Alonso did 69 laps on the opening day of testing, the team discovered the defect overnight and...
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