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Where the big three teams show their might at Barcelona
A trackside view around the aero-dependent Barcelona circuit on day two of the opening F1 test revealed which drivers were having to work harder than others. The big three teams were, unsurprisingly the best-sorted, but that doesn't tell the full story…
Another day of almost uninterrupted running provided ample opportunity to watch the 2020 Formula 1 machines from trackside at Barcelona.
After the morning's session had passed by with a mix of installation running, aerodynamic data gathering and rapid efforts, the field spent the afternoon pounding around the 2.892-mile track logging long runs – before Kimi Raikkonen twisted the plot with a late performance run to top the times.
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