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2014 Bahrain: Ferrari Formula One F1 Sunday Test Recap
Posted by: ASkyler on Mar 02, 2014 - 03:43 PM
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2014 Bahrain: Ferrari Formula One F1 Sunday Test Recap


Driver: Fernando Alonso Car: Ferrari F14 T Weather: air temperature 21/26°C, track temperature 26/36 °C. Sunny. Laps/Kms completed: 74/400 Best time: 1:34.280

Fernando Alonso was at the wheel of the F14 T for the final day of winter testing for Scuderia Ferrari and the other ten Formula 1 teams, prior to the start of the 2014 World Championship. In the morning, the team worked with Fernando on fine tuning some electronic configurations linked to optimising the use of energy in the new power unit. Before the lunch break, work was halted by the need to change the gearbox on the car. In the afternoon, the technical programme moved on to a series of short and long runs to check the management of systems on the F14 T. Over the past four days in Sakhir, the F14 T has completed a total of 337 laps, equivalent to 1.823 kilometres. "The team did its utmost to carry out changes on the car as quickly as possible, but again today, we had planned to do more laps than we managed" - Fernando told www.ferrari.com - "There are a lot of things to learn with the use of the power unit to improve the performance of the car and we are not yet where we want to be. Everyone in the team is very competitive and we are working day and night in order to get all the potential out of the F14 T as soon as possible. We have gone through twelve days of testing that were very demanding for everyone and I would like to thank the whole team for all its efforts." The next time the cars will be on track will be on Friday 14 March in Melbourne’s Albert Park, when the curtain goes up on the first free practice session for the Australian Grand Prix.

 

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