Ferrari: We had to deal with a problem relating to a connector 1 March, 2014 Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari F14 T The sun was still shining on Scuderia Ferrari as it tackled the penultimate day of testing at the Sakhir Circuit. It marked Kimi Raikkonen’s final test appearance prior to the Finn getting back into the F14 T at the Australian GP in twelve days’ time. In the morning, after a series of laps, the team had to deal with a problem relating to a connector, which meant that the mechanics had to partially dismantle the car to get it fully sorted out. In the afternoon, Kimi did some short runs as well as a race simulation, including some live practice pit stops. “I’d hoped to do more laps, but this wasn’t an easy day,” said Kimi afterwards. “We lost some time this morning when we had to fix something on the car, but then we managed to make up for some of it in the afternoon. Running a race distance, we continued to get more data relating to fuel consumption strategies and tyre degradation, even though the strong wind upset the driving a lot. I’d like to be able to say we did better, but there’s still one more day with Fernando to continue our preparation for Melbourne.” Testing continues at this circuit tomorrow, when Fernando Alonso will be on track for the final day of the test. Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsDomenicali: Mercedes and Williams are out in front, after them it could be usFerrari: We are not yet where we want to beAlonso: One thing’s for sure, Ferrari has really done a great jobFerrari: We still have a lot to learnAre Ferrari sandbagging in Bahrain or are they seriously down on powerFerrari: With just 100 kilos of fuel one of the keys this season will be consumptionFerrari: We had a small problem which limited the number of lapsDriver schedules for final Formula 1 preseason test in BahrainRaikkonen says his back OK after Bahrain crashFerrari: For the last four days we will operate the car the way it will run in a race nowhereman Ferrari is on a mission…….from God…… Nothing will stop them this year.