Massa opens up over Schumacher visit

Felipe Massa has spoken about a visit he made to Michael Schumacher in hospital in Grenoble. Schumacher remains in a coma following his skiing accident in late December, with doctors reducing his sedation in an attempt to wake him. Massa revealed that he had visited Schumacher ahead of the second test in Bahrain and that

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Did Mercedes take a close look at the RB10?

Having enjoyed a reliable test Jerez, Mercedes have begun varying aerodynamic parts and verify performance, rather than only reliability. Mercedes appear to have had a very close look at Red Bull’s rear end packaging during its few outings at Jerez as the team have introduced new bodywork around the exhaust. Click here for more

Rosberg: W05 exceeding expectations

Although he stopped twice on track on Thursday, Nico Rosberg says the reliability of the W05 is better than Mercedes had expected. The team covered the most miles of any outfit at the opening test in Jerez and continued to pile on the laps in Bahrain. Behind the wheel of the W05 on the second

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Alonso: Still a lot to do

Fernando Alonso admits Ferrari still have a lot of work to do before Australia after a solid day of testing in Bahrain. The double World Champion brought his F14T home in second place at the Sakhir circuit, clocking a 1:37.879 to finish 0.999s adrift of Nico Hulkenberg. During the course of the day, Alonso covered

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Vettel: Problems keep cropping up

Reigning world champion Sebastian Vettel has conceded that Red Bull is on the back foot after more problems on the first day of testing in Bahrain. Vettel completed 14 laps and set the fifth fastest time, although his running was curtailed when the RB10 stopped on track in the afternoon. The RB10 was pictured with

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“We have a super car”

Acting team boss Gerard Lopez expects Lotus to be fully competitive in 2014. Amid rumours of financial strife, the Enstone team sat out the opening Jerez test, and when the E22 finally made its public debut in Bahrain on Wednesday, it clocked the slowest time and a mere 8 laps. Team owner Lopez, however –

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Bahrain day one – live

13:05 Another improvement for Vettel as he gets down to a 1m40.224s, moving him up to P5. 13:03 He’s not the only one improving as we enter the final 90 minutes of running – both Alonso and Vettel have found some time as well. 13:02 Straight out of the box, Hulkenberg sets a new benchmark,

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