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Kimi Raikkonen set the pace in FP2 in Bahrain as the lights took effect and the supersoft tyres failed to make a massive impact on the lap times.
Toto Wolff isn’t too worried about Ferrari’s 1-2 in Bahrain practice, saying the Scuderia drivers were running “pretty high-power modes” on their hot laps.
Claire Williams, McLaren’s Zak Brown and Haas deputy Guenther Steiner faced the media in Bahrain…
Haas surprisingly didn’t feature inside the Bahrain top ten, neither did Force India, Sauber or Williams.
Kimi Raikkonen led a Ferrari 1-2 under the lights in Bahrain practice while Valtteri Bottas was the lead Mercedes man.