Posts Tagged ‘F1 testing’

11 Mar 2009: F1: Barcelona testing report 11/03/2009

Jenson Button topping the Barcelona unofficial timesheets on a day when Lewis Hamilton crashed and came last – not something that many F1 fans were expecting to see at the start of the 2009 season.

10 Mar 2009: F1: Barcelona testing report 10/03/09

The rain clouds may have been gathering over Barcelona for the second day of Ferrari’s final test before the season start – but it was a sunny day for Kimi Raikkonen.

9 Mar 2009: F1: Barcelona testing report 09/03/2009

Jenson Button’s future as a Formula One driver got its biggest boost since the Honda crisis broke today as he took to the track in a newly-branded Brawn GP car and topped the standings for the morning session.

5 Mar 2009: F1: Jerez testing report 05/03/2009

A dramatic final day of Jerez testing saw the weather dominate proceedings once more with only BMW’s Nick Heidfeld venturing out for a full programme, and McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton crashing off the track.

4 Mar 2009: F1: Jerez testing report 04/03/2009

Fernando Alonso was the third driver to top the unofficial Jerez timesheets in the space of four days in another boost to the hopes of all F1 fans looking for a close-fought and exciting season.

3 Mar 2009: F1: Jerez testing report 03/03/2009

Timo Glock proved that he’s not just a wet-weather specialist after topping the unofficial Jerez timesheets for the second day running – and this time Ferrari was on the track.

2 Mar 2009: F1: Jerez testing report 02/03/2009

Timo Glock topped the unofficial timesheet for Toyota on the second day of Jerez testing despite cold weather heavy rain that disrupted every team’s programme, causing Ferrari to abandon running altogether.

1 Mar 2009: F1: Jerez testing report 01/03/2009

The Red Bull team showed that it intends to be a serious player this season after its new signing Sebastian Vettel topped the unofficial timesheets during the first day of Jerez testing.

17 Feb 2009: F1: Bahrain and Jerez testing reports 13/02/2008

Kimi Raikkonen put in a dominant performance in Bahrain to raise his Ferrari to the top of the unofficial timesheet after the weather-disrupted test there resumed. Meanwhile in Jerez Fernando Alonso got within two-tenths of a second of Lewis Hamilton’s McLaren.

17 Feb 2009: F1: Bahrain and Jerez testing reports 12/02/2008

Lewis Hamilton’s return to the test track saw him top the 2009 cars’ unofficial standings in Jerez on Thursday after only Sebastien Bourdais’ interim Toro Rosso was able to go faster. Meanwhile the three teams testing at Bahrain lamented a lost day.

 
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