Cooking process caused Haas wing failure
Grosjean had completed 13 laps on the first day of running on Monday when the front wing of his car broke off, dropping underneath the car on the start-finish straight before being destroyed.
Haas had to ship a strengthened new wing from supplier Dallara’s headquarters on Tuesday so it could resume proper running on the second day of testing.
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