Mercedes, Ferrari, Force India, Renault and Haas didn’t get their cars out on the track. REUTERS/Albert Gea
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Cold weather continued to cause havoc for Formula One teams Wednesday, with snowfall delaying the third day of testing and keeping cars mostly in the garage. Parts of the track were covered in snow when teams arrived at the Circuit de Catalunya-Barcelona, and when conditions improved only five drivers ventured out.The unusually cold conditions near Barcelona have hindered the teams' ability to learn much about their new cars throughout the week, with the track lacking enough grip for proper runs.There will be another four-day test session in Barcelona beginning next Tuesday.It was cold for the first two days but cars were able to stay much longer on the track.
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