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- Seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher topped the timesheets for Mercedes at one point in the test, and will be looking to improve on an extremely disappointing comeback to F1 last year. “It clearly was a productive day, and obviously I am happy about that,” said the German. “We were focusing on long runs, and being able to produce such a lot of mileage is positive in terms of reliability.”
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