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All sections of the motor racing world have been paying tribute to Charlie Whiting, who tragically passed away on Thursday.
Ferrari might have once again set the pace and lowered the benchmark in the morning, but the afternoon session proved that Ferrari have plenty to be wary of at the conclusion of pre-season testing.
Charles Leclerc's benchmark-breaking lap time led a Ferrari fightback, whilst Pierre Gasly crashed out on day seven of pre-season testing.
McLaren kept hold of top spot, but Ferrari encountered their first major setback of testing after crashing out in the morning session.
McLaren topped the opening day of the second test, but they - and Mercedes - will have concerns about the technical issues that befell them.
The likes of Renault and Toro Rosso may have made the headlines, but the F1 world awaits the Ferrari and Mercedes performance runs.
Daniil Kvyat's last-gasp flyer on the quickest available tyre gave Toro Rosso-Honda the surprise accolade of being the current pace-setters in pre-season testing.
A faultless, high-mileage day for Charles Leclerc ensured Ferrari remained at the top of the timing sheets on day two.
Ferrari came out of the blocks strongly on Day 1 of F1 pre-season testing with Sebastian Vettel setting the fastest time.
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