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Formula 1’s Latest Rumours and Talk: Barcelona Test, Revenue Split, More

Nico Rosberg topped the timesheets for Mercedes as the first Formula One in-season test drew to a close at the Circuit de Catalunya. The German, who won Sunday's Spanish Grand Prix, set a time almost two seconds quicker than anyone else. He was, however, using an set of unmarked, developmental Pirelli tyres. Jolyon Palmer was second-fastest for Lotus after bolting on a set of super-softs, with Mercedes reserve Pascal Wehrlein third. Away from the track, details of how F1's revenues were shared between the teams based on their 2014 results have emerged—and the picture is not a pretty one. Ferrari received $38 million more than Mercedes; Red Bull also took home more than the world champions. Elsewhere, the Grand Prix Drivers Association...

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