Valjda su na Fetelovom bolidu hteli promenuti podešavanja zadnjeg vešanja pa su otkrili curenje tečnosti (ne znam koje) iz neke komponente što je značilo rastavljanje celog zadnjeg dela.
Sebastian Vettel has revealed that a garage power cut added to Ferrari's woes on the final day of in-season testing in Bahrain, as the team failed to get the mileage it wanted.
Having lost most of the morning while the team worked on fixing some minor hydraulic leaks that had been discovered during a configuration change, Ferrari found itself further confined to the garage in the afternoon when its garage systems went down.
Vettel was able to get going again before the end of the day – ending up second quickest overall – but was left slightly annoyed at the missed opportunity to get through all he had wanted.
"It was a bit mixed, not ideal," said Vettel about his day. "We lost a lot of time, as we had an issue with the car that we could fix. And then also we had a power supply issue.
"The whole garage shut down, I think we lost another two hours trying to fix it before it came back."
Vettel said that in the end Ferrari's two days of running had not been too bad though, with third driver Antonio Giovinazzi getting through a good programme on the opening day.
Edited by /13/Ален Шмит/, 19 April 2017 - 20:35.