What's really going on at Jerez
GARY ANDERSON gets some early insights into 2014 F1 form from the cars' behaviour and sounds on track, and explains what teams are trying to achieve in this tentative first week
Day two of 2014 Formula 1 testing on Wednesday started fairly slowly, with the decision made to capitalise on overnight rain to make this a wet day of running. That meant wetting it further, and not particularly effectively, with a tractor!
But the rain didn't return and the track had completely dried by midday, so the teams were able to get some preliminary running done in the morning, and then things got much more serious in the afternoon.
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