Juan Pablo Montoya’s indifferent start to 2005 is not calculated to improve with the news that he will not race in Bahrain, still nursuing a shoulder fracture incurred while playing tennis. Frustratingly for McLaren they have still not modified an MP4-20 to fit their taller and preferred third driver, Alex Wurz. Instead, their second test driver Pedro de la Rosa will take the seat and start his first race since Japan 2002. Meanwhile it has emerged that Mark Webber drove the first two races with a broken rib.
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