HAAS F1 Team's Danish driver Kevin Magnussen drives at the Circuit de Catalunya on March 1, 2018 in Montmelo on the outskirts of Barcelona during the fourth day of the first week of tests for the Formula One Grand Prix season. / AFP / Josep LAGO
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The final week of Formula One preseason testing began Tuesday with McLaren facing early problems at the Circuit de Catalunya-Barcelona.McLaren is debuting the Renault engine this season after three dismal seasons with Honda.McLaren also struggled in the first week of testing last week as Alonso lost a rear wheel and was forced off the track.The first four days of testing were hampered by bad weather and cold temperatures in Barcelona, keeping teams from making quality runs on a track that lacked enough grip and didn't reproduce the conditions expected during the season.
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