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Jerez Second Test Round Up

by F1Fan on February 21, 2010

Jenson Button ends up on top of the time charts in a weather dominated third test of the season and the second test at Jerez, following last weeks test with yet more unseasonably wet conditions during the first two days, severely hampering the teams testing programs.

Jerez Second Test Overall Fastest Lap times by Driver

PositionTeamDriver# LapsBest Lap
1McLarenJenson Button209
2RenaultRobert Kubica2171:19.114
3BMW Sauber F1Kamui Kobayashi1451:19.188
4Red Bull RacingMark Webber2021:19.299
5Force IndiaTonio Liuzzi1041:19.650
6Mercedes GPNico Rosberg2011:20.061
7FerrariFernando Alonso2691:20.358
8Toro RossoJamie Alguersuari2591:21.053
9WilliamsNico Hulkenberg2751:21.432
10Mercedes GPMichael Schumacher1901:20.629
11Force IndiaAdrian Sutil971:21.939
12Virgin RacingTimo Glock1091:22.433
13Red Bull RacingSebastian Vettel1691:22.593
14McLarenLewis Hamilton129
15FerrariFelipe Massa1641:23.204
16Toro RossoSebastien Buemi1361:23.322
17BMW Sauber F1Pedro De La Rosa841:23.367
18Lotus RacingJarno Trulli1411:23.470
19Virgin RacingLucas Di Grassi341:23.504
20Lotus RacingHeikki Kovalainen981:23.521
21Force IndiaPaul Di Resta1071:25.088
22RenaultVitaly Petrov1111:26.237
23WilliamsRubens Barrichello2071:27.145
24Lotus RacingFairuz Fauzy761:31.848
Feb 21st, 2010.

Those drivers that were testing during the first half of the test not surprisingly ended up at the bottom of the time charts. Lap times only really started to drop during the last two days when the track dried out. The final day being the fastest of the week by far, with Jenson Button setting a blistering lap time of 1:18.871 to claim top spot in the Mclaren MP4-25, followed by Robert Kubica in the Renault R30 and Kamui Kobayashi in the BMW Sauber C29.

Williams and Ferrari ended with the highest number of laps again, but this time Williams was in front, eclipsing Ferrari by almost 50 laps the distance of some Grand Prix races.

Jerez Second Test - Total Laps Per Team

PositionTeamTotal Laps
1AT&T William482
2Scuderia Ferrari433
3Toro Rosso395
4Mercedes GP391
5Red Bull Racing371
8Lotus Racing315
9Force India308
10BMW - Sauber F1229
11Virgin Racing143
Feb 21th, 2010

Nico Hulkenberg in the Williams FW32 took the honors for completing most laps overall the Williams team must be extremely pleased with the reliability of their new Car.

The same cannot be said for Virgin Racing who spent most of the four test days at Jerez in the garage trying to isolate a recurring hydraulic problem, ending up with only 143 completed laps. Lotus Racing in their first test session fared much better completing 315 laps over the four days, finishing with more laps on the board than Force India and BMW Sauber F1.

The teams move on to Barcelona next week for the fourth and final test of the pre season for the next 4 day test beginning February 25th and finishing on the 28th.

Lets hope for Dry conditions.

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