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Giorgio Piola and Motorsport Images bring you the Formula 1 technical images available from the third day of testing at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.
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Giorgio Piola and Motorsport Images bring you the Formula 1 technical images available from the second day of testing at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.
Giorgio Piola and Motorsport Images bring you the Formula 1 technical images available from the first day of testing at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.
Will Mercedes be able to extend its run of Formula 1 dominance into the 2019 season? Legendary technical expert Giorgio Piola looks for clues from its recent designs.
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Mercedes' season got off to a slow start, as the team grappled with another, at times, temperamental machine. Forced on to the backfoot by a fast-starting Ferrari, and unable to get the best from the tyres, the team took its time and set about rectifying deficiencies without panic.