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Water leak cuts Ferrari's day short

Sutton Images Enlarge Pedro de la Rosa says the opening day of testing at Silverstone was going "fantastically well" for Ferrari until it was cut short by a water leak. The test was the first time de la Rosa has been behind the wheel of the F14 T, on a day where he carried out tyre testing duties for Pirelli. Ferrari only added one lap to the 48 it completed in the morning session, but de la Rosa thinks the team was competitive in the stint it did complete. "Yes," de la Rosa said when asked if there was a problem. "It was all going fantastically well; we had a very good morning and then in the afternoon we had a water leak with the cooling system so we had to call...
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