Bahrain F1 test tech round-up

Bahrain F1 test tech round-up

With so much work to do to simply understand the 2014 F1 cars, design upgrades have been slow to arrive, but new innovations started appearing in Bahrain and caught CRAIG SCARBOROUGH's eye

Last week's Bahrain Formula 1 test remained focused on understanding the new power units as teams try to resolve ongoing issues, and mapping the aero set-up of the original launch-specification cars.

But amid the painstaking work, there were some eye-catching new developments as some of the hidden details of the cars started to emerge.

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