The British driver, a Red Bull junior since 2017, drove the title-winning team’s RB15 on day two of the post-Bahrain Grand Prix test at the Sakhir circuit.
He completed 134 laps, focusing more on long runs as Red Bull works through the set-up issues that have held it back in the opening two races of the 2019 F1 season.
“It’s different, definitely,” he said of working in the increased …Keep reading

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