A roundup of F1 briefs.
Testing begins at Jerez today.
Something is going on with the Red Bull power plant.
After Red Bull's catastrophic opening test at Jerez last week, even F1 backmarkers Marussia and Caterham are currently ahead of the formerly-dominant world champions' game.
Testing continues Thursday through Saturday.
Not the start to the second test of the year that Red Bull were hoping for.
The outcome of the "test-gate" decision is suppose to be announced tomorrow by the FIA International Tribunal in Paris.
Red Bull team boss Christian Horner said the reigning world champions could be next in line for testing with Pirelli.
Mercedes and Mercedes power dominate times and mileage at the Bahrain International Circuit
Horner is convinced that the 1000 kilometres of testing that Hamilton and Rosberg did in Barcelona had a direct effect on Mercedes' rapid development in the last few races.
Vodafone McLaren-Mercedes driver Jenson Button closed out day one of the first preseason test on the Jerez circuit with the fastest unofficial time.