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Jean-Eric Vergne will start today's Chinese Grand Prix from the pitlane after his team made a raft of changes to his car overnight.
Following a disappointing qualifying session which saw the Frenchman eliminated in Q1, the Italian outfit opted to change the floor, bargeboard, floor to rear wing spacer, nose barge board, side pod wing, T-tray, side pod inlet and car ballast on his STR7.
Consequently, Vergne, who qualified eighteenth, one place behind his teammate Daniel Ricciardo, will start from the pitlane.
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