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Alonso to drive on first two days in Bahrain

– Fernando Alonso will be the first behind the wheel of the F14 T at this week's Bahrain pre-season test. The Spaniard, preparing for his fifth campaign at Ferrari, has been handed the first two days of running at the Middle East venue, with new team-mate Kimi Räikkönen scheduled to take over for the final two days. Ferrari wound up second in the mileage charts at the first Jerez gathering, behind Mercedes.
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