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2014 Bahrain: Force India Formula One F1 Sunday Test Recap
Posted by: ASkyler on Mar 02, 2014 - 10:46 AM
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2014 Bahrain: Force India Formula One F1 Sunday Test Recap


Sahara Force India completed its pre-season testing programme in Bahrain as Nico Hulkenberg clocked up 74 laps in the VJM07.

Day Four Statistics: Chassis: VJM07-01 Laps: 74 laps Mileage: 401 km Fastest lap: 1:35.577 Classification: P4

Nico Hulkenberg: "The final day of testing went pretty well. In the end we didn’t do the race simulation, but we did some long runs and signed off a lot of other things on the job list. We didn’t do as many laps as yesterday, but we still made progress and learned some new things. So it’s been two good days for me and I’m feeling pretty satisfied. You always want more time to prepare, but I think we’re in good shape. The car has come a long way since the first Jerez test and we have made progress every day."

Andrew Green, Technical Director: "The final day in Bahrain saw a continuation of yesterday’s work improving the car balance, collecting tyre data, and some long runs. Our programme ended slightly early with a suspected component failure, which was a result of high mileage, and so we didn’t manage to complete our target number of laps. Nonetheless our time in Bahrain has gone largely to plan with the mileage achieved during the previous three days leaving us in good shape going into Melbourne. We’re feeling positive about our reliability and have explored some encouraging directions for improving car performance. The other focus has been on our race readiness and we’ve done a great deal of homework to prepare the drivers for the challenge that awaits them in Melbourne."

 

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