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The teams have been testing in Jerez

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Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes suffer

Mercedes continued their disastrous start to pre-season when Lewis Hamilton crashed his car nose-first into a tyre wall after suffering brake problems on his first day of testing.

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Mercedes halt F1 testing after flames flare on car

Fire was seen at the back of Nico Rosberg's car

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