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Trackside view with Gary Anderson

To get a better understanding of how the 2012 Formula 1 field is shaping up, Jamie O'Leary went trackside in Barcelona testing with AUTOSPORT's technical correspondent Gary Anderson

A visit to Formula 1 testing wouldn't be complete without spending some time at the side of the track, observing what's really going on with the cars and drivers, away from the limited view afforded by the Barcelona media centre.

Enlisting the help of AUTOSPORT technical correspondent Gary Anderson, a man who has designed grand prix machinery for Jordan, Stewart and Jaguar during his career, I was treated to a completely different perspective of how events were unfolding in front of my very eyes.

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