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Lewis Hamilton has said Ferrari’s early pace in testing is “to be expected” and does not hold “any worry” about the timesheet.
Claire Williams has said the team will not “apportion any blame” as to why they have fallen so far behind at the first test.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner has denied that there are any vibration issues with the new Honda power unit.
Kimi Raikkonen is ready to get a better sense of where Alfa Romeo are at with the second test next week.
Haas are hoping to find the “little gremlins” that saw the team rack up three on-track stoppages at the Circuit de Catalunya.
Renault are now back fully functioning at the Circuit de Catalunya after Daniel Ricciardo’s spin on Tuesday.
Daniil Kvyat has said he was not targeting being the quickest on day three of testing after he topped the timesheet.
Kimi Raikkonen put a blot on Ferrari’s copybook as he dethroned Sebastian Vettel on Wednesday morning while Williams, again, didn’t put in a single lap.
Never mind if it helps improving the racing or not, Sebastian Vettel says he doesn’t get why Formula 1 has introduced “really ugly” front wings for this season.
Lance Stroll says he would be lying if he didn’t admit that right now he is happy that he is no longer with Williams.