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Morning test session ended early after Hamilton and Leclerc hit drain cover

The morning test session on day two of Formula 1 pre-season testing in Bahrain was ended early after Lewis Hamilton and Charles Leclerc both struck a loose drain cover. Part of the drainage system on the outside of the entry curb at Turn 11 had worked loose, with drivers taking a wide line into that left-hander and utilizing the entry curb to the full. With the drain cover sitting on the side of the curb, Hamilton ran over it with his right-side wheel and part of it came to rest within the white line of the track itself. Fernando Alonso appeared to be the first driver to spot it as he swerved to avoid the debris at the last moment, catching the eye of Carlos Sainz who was watching...
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