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Rosberg goes fastest on first day of Bahrain test

Sutton Images Enlarge Nico Rosberg set the pace on the first day of in-season testing in Bahrain as Mercedes continues to go from strength to strength this season. All 11 teams are staying on in Sakhir for the two day test that will continue on Wednesday. Rosberg's best time of 1:35.697 topped the timesheets by 0.367s from Force India's Nico Hulkenberg as both teams continued their fine form from Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix. Rosberg completed over two race distances in the Mercedes with 121 laps, the most of any driver on Tuesday. Most of the drivers were shy of their Saturday qualifying efforts, but the hotter track conditions will partly account for the drop off in times. Rosberg's best...
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