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Rosberg sets the pace in Bahrain testing

The first of four post-race tests scheduled for 2014 got underway on Tuesday, and it was Mercedes who took up where they left off in Sunday’s Bahrain Grand Prix, as Nico Rosberg clocked the fastest time in Sakhir.Rosberg's best lap of 1m 35.697s put him just over three-tenths clear of namesake Nico Hulkenberg, second for Force India with a 1m 36.064s.Fernando Alonso was third fastest for Ferrari. In the morning, the Italian team concentrated on fine tuning various electronic configurations and on taking aerodynamic measurements with constant-speed runs down the main straight. In the afternoon, Alonso carried out short runs to evaluate different set-up choices.Each of the 11 F1 teams...
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