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What do you peeps think?

Pedro is looking better than expected?

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By:
Kukken
When: 01 Feb 10 17:02
"It's obvious Schumacher is on a low fuel run.. or glory runs... to make some headlines on his first day back. Either that, or he's god."
By:
arthur daley
When: 01 Feb 10 17:23
Kukken 01 Feb 18:02
"It's obvious Schumacher is on a low fuel run.. or glory runs... to make some headlines on his first day back. Either that, or he's god."

yep the guy is average (7times) bit early yet alex pile in and lay pedro
By:
SuperSuperShire
When: 01 Feb 10 19:39
^^ Thats was on the "606" on BBC F1! ^^
By:
Kukken
When: 02 Feb 10 11:12
Which is why I quoted it ""
By:
fkqmz
When: 03 Feb 10 21:07
Ferrari
Struck first blood in the winter grand prix by topping times on all 3 days. Massa spent 2 days doing set up and balance work, as well as testing on the new spec tyres. he was very positive about the levels of grip available to him immediately and he was pleased to be able to make the SS tyres work at relatively low temperatures. Alonso worked on setups and changes to the car at various fuel loads. this suggests he was probably running with lower fuel at some stage than massa and the gap between may not be the quarter second it appears to be. No mechanical problems reported.

Sauber
The surprise of testing this week, finishing a clear second on all 3 days. Observers at the track have reported that sauber may be running around 20kg lighter than most other teams, in an effort to emulate last years testing and gain some comparable data, but the reliabilty and consistant pace are impressive none the less. The team has completed the initial systems checks, as well as tyre testing and set up work at different fuel loads. Both drivers have been keen to praise the team for their efforts.

Mclaren
Following Gary Paffetts initial shakedown test on Monday, Hamilton was immediately on his best pace on Tuesday, clocking the third best time of the day. He reported the car gave him a very "positive feeling" and was very keen to point out the difference between this, and his first test last year. Buttons day on Weds was blighted by systems checks and he spent a lot of time in the garage. The team said this was due to it being his first time in the car and they were happy to gain milage doing long runs in the aftenoon.

Mercedes
Rosberg and schumacher both completed a day and a halfs testing each. Although Monday had seemed very positive, with both drivers reporting the car felt good, it was concerning to hear Rosberg complaing of not being able to get the SS tyres to work in the low temperatures on Tuesday, and of the reliability being "not like a truck". Most drivers have been far more positive than this. Also of note, schumacher was keen to deflect questions regarding his and rosbergs relative speed, and far more interested in talking about how good ferrari were looking. read into that what you will! As with most teams though, solid reliability was a positive.

Renault
After some panic on Day 1 following poor pace, understeer issues were resolved and Kubica was able to set a competitive time on Day 2, in spite of the fact the team insisted the priority of the test was to gain a reliable base to be able to work on performance at future tests. They are also looking forward to new parts which should be available for the next test and say they will be moving forward quickly. Kubica completed one run of over half a GP distance and there were no problems reported. Vitaly Petrov set a solid time on his first day in the car.

Williams
Williams would seem to have some work to do based on the first weeks testing. Sam Michael and Barrichello both appeared to be frustrated by the amount of time spent on systems checks relating to the change of engine supplier and the car stopped on track at one point with throttle problems. Barrichello suggested in one interview that some other teams are running light to impress sponsors which suggets to me that hes not able to show his own true pace. Nico Hulkenburg completed his first days testing with no issues apart from a wheel banging incident with DLRs Sauber.

Toro Rosso
Actually building their own chassis for the first time!, Toro Rosso unsurprisingly have had teething problems with their car. It is rumoured the gear box problems suffered on Monday may be more serious than the team is letting on. The car had a long break in the middle if the day on Tuesday despite the team saying they had fixed all the problems and refused to comment on why the car was off track. Alguersuari was positive about his first f1 test but both drivers refusal to comment on the competitiveness of the car suggests they could be in for a long year

Top Testing Times, Valencia, 1-2 Feb
03-Feb Valencia F. Alonso Ferrari 1:11.470 127
02-Feb Valencia F. Massa Ferrari 1:11.722 124
03-Feb Valencia K. Kobayashi Sauber 1:12.056 96
03-Feb Valencia P. De La Rosa Sauber 1:12.094 80
03-Feb Valencia L. Hamilton Mclaren 1:12.256 108
01-Feb Valencia R. Kubica Renault 1:12.426 119
01-Feb Valencia M. Schumacher Mercedes 1:12.438 82
02-Feb Valencia J. Alguersuari Toro Rosso 1:12.576 97
02-Feb Valencia F. Massa Ferrari 1:12.579 102
02-Feb Valencia P. De La Rosa Sauber 1:12.784 74
01-Feb Valencia N. Rosberg Mercedes 1:12.899 119
01-Feb Valencia M. Schumacher Mercedes 1:12.947 40
02-Feb Valencia J. Button Mclaren 1:12.951 82
01-Feb Valencia V. Petrov Renault 1:13.097 75
03-Feb Valencia R. Barrichello Williams 1:13.377 102
02-Feb Valencia N. Hulkenburg Williams 1:13.669 126
01-Feb Valencia S. Buemi Toro Rosso 1:13.823 107
03-Feb Valencia G. Paffett Mclaren 1:13.846 86
03-Feb Valencia N. Rosberg Mercedes 1:13.846 39
02-Feb Valencia R. Barrichello Williams 1:14.449 75
01-Feb Valencia S. Buemi Toro Rosso 1:14.762 18
01-Feb Valencia R. Kubica Renault 1:15.000 69
By:
fkqmz
When: 03 Feb 10 21:07
Ferrari
Struck first blood in the winter grand prix by topping times on all 3 days. Massa spent 2 days doing set up and balance work, as well as testing on the new spec tyres. he was very positive about the levels of grip available to him immediately and he was pleased to be able to make the SS tyres work at relatively low temperatures. Alonso worked on setups and changes to the car at various fuel loads. this suggests he was probably running with lower fuel at some stage than massa and the gap between may not be the quarter second it appears to be. No mechanical problems reported.

Sauber
The surprise of testing this week, finishing a clear second on all 3 days. Observers at the track have reported that sauber may be running around 20kg lighter than most other teams, in an effort to emulate last years testing and gain some comparable data, but the reliabilty and consistant pace are impressive none the less. The team has completed the initial systems checks, as well as tyre testing and set up work at different fuel loads. Both drivers have been keen to praise the team for their efforts.

Mclaren
Following Gary Paffetts initial shakedown test on Monday, Hamilton was immediately on his best pace on Tuesday, clocking the third best time of the day. He reported the car gave him a very "positive feeling" and was very keen to point out the difference between this, and his first test last year. Buttons day on Weds was blighted by systems checks and he spent a lot of time in the garage. The team said this was due to it being his first time in the car and they were happy to gain milage doing long runs in the aftenoon.

Mercedes
Rosberg and schumacher both completed a day and a halfs testing each. Although Monday had seemed very positive, with both drivers reporting the car felt good, it was concerning to hear Rosberg complaing of not being able to get the SS tyres to work in the low temperatures on Tuesday, and of the reliability being "not like a truck". Most drivers have been far more positive than this. Also of note, schumacher was keen to deflect questions regarding his and rosbergs relative speed, and far more interested in talking about how good ferrari were looking. read into that what you will! As with most teams though, solid reliability was a positive.

Renault
After some panic on Day 1 following poor pace, understeer issues were resolved and Kubica was able to set a competitive time on Day 2, in spite of the fact the team insisted the priority of the test was to gain a reliable base to be able to work on performance at future tests. They are also looking forward to new parts which should be available for the next test and say they will be moving forward quickly. Kubica completed one run of over half a GP distance and there were no problems reported. Vitaly Petrov set a solid time on his first day in the car.

Williams
Williams would seem to have some work to do based on the first weeks testing. Sam Michael and Barrichello both appeared to be frustrated by the amount of time spent on systems checks relating to the change of engine supplier and the car stopped on track at one point with throttle problems. Barrichello suggested in one interview that some other teams are running light to impress sponsors which suggets to me that hes not able to show his own true pace. Nico Hulkenburg completed his first days testing with no issues apart from a wheel banging incident with DLRs Sauber.

Toro Rosso
Actually building their own chassis for the first time!, Toro Rosso unsurprisingly have had teething problems with their car. It is rumoured the gear box problems suffered on Monday may be more serious than the team is letting on. The car had a long break in the middle if the day on Tuesday despite the team saying they had fixed all the problems and refused to comment on why the car was off track. Alguersuari was positive about his first f1 test but both drivers refusal to comment on the competitiveness of the car suggests they could be in for a long year

Top Testing Times, Valencia, 1-2 Feb
03-Feb Valencia F. Alonso Ferrari 1:11.470 127
02-Feb Valencia F. Massa Ferrari 1:11.722 124
03-Feb Valencia K. Kobayashi Sauber 1:12.056 96
03-Feb Valencia P. De La Rosa Sauber 1:12.094 80
03-Feb Valencia L. Hamilton Mclaren 1:12.256 108
01-Feb Valencia R. Kubica Renault 1:12.426 119
01-Feb Valencia M. Schumacher Mercedes 1:12.438 82
02-Feb Valencia J. Alguersuari Toro Rosso 1:12.576 97
02-Feb Valencia F. Massa Ferrari 1:12.579 102
02-Feb Valencia P. De La Rosa Sauber 1:12.784 74
01-Feb Valencia N. Rosberg Mercedes 1:12.899 119
01-Feb Valencia M. Schumacher Mercedes 1:12.947 40
02-Feb Valencia J. Button Mclaren 1:12.951 82
01-Feb Valencia V. Petrov Renault 1:13.097 75
03-Feb Valencia R. Barrichello Williams 1:13.377 102
02-Feb Valencia N. Hulkenburg Williams 1:13.669 126
01-Feb Valencia S. Buemi Toro Rosso 1:13.823 107
03-Feb Valencia G. Paffett Mclaren 1:13.846 86
03-Feb Valencia N. Rosberg Mercedes 1:13.846 39
02-Feb Valencia R. Barrichello Williams 1:14.449 75
01-Feb Valencia S. Buemi Toro Rosso 1:14.762 18
01-Feb Valencia R. Kubica Renault 1:15.000 69
By:
fkqmz
When: 03 Feb 10 21:23
Ferrari
Struck first blood in the winter grand prix by topping times on all 3 days. Massa spent 2 days doing set up and balance work, as well as testing on the new spec tyres. he was very positive about the levels of grip available to him immediately and he was pleased to be able to make the SS tyres work at relatively low temperatures. Alonso worked on setups and changes to the car at various fuel loads. this suggests he was probably running with lower fuel at some stage than massa and the gap between may not be the quarter second it appears to be. No mechanical problems reported.

Sauber
The surprise of testing this week, finishing a clear second on all 3 days. Observers at the track have reported that sauber may be running around 20kg lighter than most other teams, in an effort to emulate last years testing and gain some comparable data, but the reliabilty and consistant pace are impressive none the less. The team has completed the initial systems checks, as well as tyre testing and set up work at different fuel loads. Both drivers have been keen to praise the team for their efforts.

Mclaren
Following Gary Paffetts initial shakedown test on Monday, Hamilton was immediately on his best pace on Tuesday, clocking the third best time of the day. He reported the car gave him a very "positive feeling" and was very keen to point out the difference between this, and his first test last year. Buttons day on Weds was blighted by systems checks and he spent a lot of time in the garage. The team said this was due to it being his first time in the car and they were happy to gain milage doing long runs in the aftenoon.

Mercedes
Rosberg and schumacher both completed a day and a halfs testing each. Although Monday had seemed very positive, with both drivers reporting the car felt good, it was concerning to hear Rosberg complaing of not being able to get the SS tyres to work in the low temperatures on Tuesday, and of the reliability being "not like a truck". Most drivers have been far more positive than this. Also of note, schumacher was keen to deflect questions regarding his and rosbergs relative speed, and far more interested in talking about how good ferrari were looking. read into that what you will! As with most teams though, solid reliability was a positive.

Renault
After some panic on Day 1 following poor pace, understeer issues were resolved and Kubica was able to set a competitive time on Day 2, in spite of the fact the team insisted the priority of the test was to gain a reliable base to be able to work on performance at future tests. They are also looking forward to new parts which should be available for the next test and say they will be moving forward quickly. Kubica completed one run of over half a GP distance and there were no problems reported. Vitaly Petrov set a solid time on his first day in the car.

Williams
Williams would seem to have some work to do based on the first weeks testing. Sam Michael and Barrichello both appeared to be frustrated by the amount of time spent on systems checks relating to the change of engine supplier and the car stopped on track at one point with throttle problems. Barrichello suggested in one interview that some other teams are running light to impress sponsors which suggets to me that hes not able to show his own true pace. Nico Hulkenburg completed his first days testing with no issues apart from a wheel banging incident with DLRs Sauber.

Toro Rosso
Actually building their own chassis for the first time!, Toro Rosso unsurprisingly have had teething problems with their car. It is rumoured the gear box problems suffered on Monday may be more serious than the team is letting on. The car had a long break in the middle if the day on Tuesday despite the team saying they had fixed all the problems and refused to comment on why the car was off track. Alguersuari was positive about his first f1 test but both drivers refusal to comment on the competitiveness of the car suggests they could be in for a long year

Top Testing Times, Valencia, 1-2 Feb
Fernando Alonso - Ferrari 1:11.470 (Wed)
Felipe Massa - Ferrari 1:11.722 (Tue)
Kamui Kobayashi - Sauber 1:12.056 (Tue)
Pedro De La Rosa - Sauber 1:12.094 (Wed)
Lewis Hamilton - McLaren 1:12.256 (Tue)
Robert Kubica - Renault 1:12.426 (Tue)
Michael Schumacher - Mercedes 1:12.438 (Wed)
Jaime Alguersuari - Toro Rosso 1:12.576 (Wed)
Nico Rosberg - Mercedes 1:12.899 (Tue)
Jenson Button - McLaren 1:12.951 (Wed)
Vitaly Petrov - Renault 1:13.097 (Wed)
Rubens Barrichello - Williams 1:13.377 (Tue)
Nico Hulkenburg - Williams 1:13.669 (Wed)
Seba Buemi - Toro Rosso 1:13.823 (Mon)
Gary Paffett - McLaren 1:13.846 (Mon)


I have to say its always a laugh hearing everyone sound off about whos winning the championship after first testing. We still dont really know all that much, particularly because Red Bull, who should be a major player this year, are yet to show their hand. The most significant things to come out of this test for me are, firstly, everyone is reliable. Theyve all been doing long runs and there have been very few mechanical breakdowns. Secondly, Michael Schumacher thinks Ferrari are the team to beat. Thirdly, Sauber are probably going to do a hell of a lot better than everyone thought although they'll have to show more to convince me theyre genuine front runners.
All that considered, Ferrari do look in the best position at the moment. Mclaren are talking a good game, but Hamilton will have to produce the lap times to back up the potential hes shown so far. Red Bull still to come but I think the rest are clutching at straws. The show moves on to Jerez next week.
By:
fkqmz
When: 03 Feb 10 21:24
Ferrari
Struck first blood in the winter grand prix by topping times on all 3 days. Massa spent 2 days doing set up and balance work, as well as testing on the new spec tyres. he was very positive about the levels of grip available to him immediately and he was pleased to be able to make the SS tyres work at relatively low temperatures. Alonso worked on setups and changes to the car at various fuel loads. this suggests he was probably running with lower fuel at some stage than massa and the gap between may not be the quarter second it appears to be. No mechanical problems reported.

Sauber
The surprise of testing this week, finishing a clear second on all 3 days. Observers at the track have reported that sauber may be running around 20kg lighter than most other teams, in an effort to emulate last years testing and gain some comparable data, but the reliabilty and consistant pace are impressive none the less. The team has completed the initial systems checks, as well as tyre testing and set up work at different fuel loads. Both drivers have been keen to praise the team for their efforts.

Mclaren
Following Gary Paffetts initial shakedown test on Monday, Hamilton was immediately on his best pace on Tuesday, clocking the third best time of the day. He reported the car gave him a very "positive feeling" and was very keen to point out the difference between this, and his first test last year. Buttons day on Weds was blighted by systems checks and he spent a lot of time in the garage. The team said this was due to it being his first time in the car and they were happy to gain milage doing long runs in the aftenoon.

Mercedes
Rosberg and schumacher both completed a day and a halfs testing each. Although Monday had seemed very positive, with both drivers reporting the car felt good, it was concerning to hear Rosberg complaing of not being able to get the SS tyres to work in the low temperatures on Tuesday, and of the reliability being "not like a truck". Most drivers have been far more positive than this. Also of note, schumacher was keen to deflect questions regarding his and rosbergs relative speed, and far more interested in talking about how good ferrari were looking. read into that what you will! As with most teams though, solid reliability was a positive.

Renault
After some panic on Day 1 following poor pace, understeer issues were resolved and Kubica was able to set a competitive time on Day 2, in spite of the fact the team insisted the priority of the test was to gain a reliable base to be able to work on performance at future tests. They are also looking forward to new parts which should be available for the next test and say they will be moving forward quickly. Kubica completed one run of over half a GP distance and there were no problems reported. Vitaly Petrov set a solid time on his first day in the car.

Williams
Williams would seem to have some work to do based on the first weeks testing. Sam Michael and Barrichello both appeared to be frustrated by the amount of time spent on systems checks relating to the change of engine supplier and the car stopped on track at one point with throttle problems. Barrichello suggested in one interview that some other teams are running light to impress sponsors which suggets to me that hes not able to show his own true pace. Nico Hulkenburg completed his first days testing with no issues apart from a wheel banging incident with DLRs Sauber.

Toro Rosso
Actually building their own chassis for the first time!, Toro Rosso unsurprisingly have had teething problems with their car. It is rumoured the gear box problems suffered on Monday may be more serious than the team is letting on. The car had a long break in the middle if the day on Tuesday despite the team saying they had fixed all the problems and refused to comment on why the car was off track. Alguersuari was positive about his first f1 test but both drivers refusal to comment on the competitiveness of the car suggests they could be in for a long year

Top Testing Times, Valencia, 1-2 Feb
Fernando Alonso - Ferrari 1:11.470 (Wed)
Felipe Massa - Ferrari 1:11.722 (Tue)
Kamui Kobayashi - Sauber 1:12.056 (Tue)
Pedro De La Rosa - Sauber 1:12.094 (Wed)
Lewis Hamilton - McLaren 1:12.256 (Tue)
Robert Kubica - Renault 1:12.426 (Tue)
Michael Schumacher - Mercedes 1:12.438 (Wed)
Jaime Alguersuari - Toro Rosso 1:12.576 (Wed)
Nico Rosberg - Mercedes 1:12.899 (Tue)
Jenson Button - McLaren 1:12.951 (Wed)
Vitaly Petrov - Renault 1:13.097 (Wed)
Rubens Barrichello - Williams 1:13.377 (Tue)
Nico Hulkenburg - Williams 1:13.669 (Wed)
Seba Buemi - Toro Rosso 1:13.823 (Mon)
Gary Paffett - McLaren 1:13.846 (Mon)


I have to say its always a laugh hearing everyone sound off about whos winning the championship after first testing. We still dont really know all that much, particularly because Red Bull, who should be a major player this year, are yet to show their hand. The most significant things to come out of this test for me are, firstly, everyone is reliable. Theyve all been doing long runs and there have been very few mechanical breakdowns. Secondly, Michael Schumacher thinks Ferrari are the team to beat. Thirdly, Sauber are probably going to do a hell of a lot better than everyone thought although they'll have to show more to convince me theyre genuine front runners.
All that considered, Ferrari do look in the best position at the moment. Mclaren are talking a good game, but Hamilton will have to produce the lap times to back up the potential hes shown so far. Red Bull still to come but I think the rest are clutching at straws. The show moves on to Jerez next week.
By:
fkqmz
When: 03 Feb 10 21:24
Ferrari
Struck first blood in the winter grand prix by topping times on all 3 days. Massa spent 2 days doing set up and balance work, as well as testing on the new spec tyres. he was very positive about the levels of grip available to him immediately and he was pleased to be able to make the SS tyres work at relatively low temperatures. Alonso worked on setups and changes to the car at various fuel loads. this suggests he was probably running with lower fuel at some stage than massa and the gap between may not be the quarter second it appears to be. No mechanical problems reported.

Sauber
The surprise of testing this week, finishing a clear second on all 3 days. Observers at the track have reported that sauber may be running around 20kg lighter than most other teams, in an effort to emulate last years testing and gain some comparable data, but the reliabilty and consistant pace are impressive none the less. The team has completed the initial systems checks, as well as tyre testing and set up work at different fuel loads. Both drivers have been keen to praise the team for their efforts.

Mclaren
Following Gary Paffetts initial shakedown test on Monday, Hamilton was immediately on his best pace on Tuesday, clocking the third best time of the day. He reported the car gave him a very "positive feeling" and was very keen to point out the difference between this, and his first test last year. Buttons day on Weds was blighted by systems checks and he spent a lot of time in the garage. The team said this was due to it being his first time in the car and they were happy to gain milage doing long runs in the aftenoon.

Mercedes
Rosberg and schumacher both completed a day and a halfs testing each. Although Monday had seemed very positive, with both drivers reporting the car felt good, it was concerning to hear Rosberg complaing of not being able to get the SS tyres to work in the low temperatures on Tuesday, and of the reliability being "not like a truck". Most drivers have been far more positive than this. Also of note, schumacher was keen to deflect questions regarding his and rosbergs relative speed, and far more interested in talking about how good ferrari were looking. read into that what you will! As with most teams though, solid reliability was a positive.

Renault
After some panic on Day 1 following poor pace, understeer issues were resolved and Kubica was able to set a competitive time on Day 2, in spite of the fact the team insisted the priority of the test was to gain a reliable base to be able to work on performance at future tests. They are also looking forward to new parts which should be available for the next test and say they will be moving forward quickly. Kubica completed one run of over half a GP distance and there were no problems reported. Vitaly Petrov set a solid time on his first day in the car.

Williams
Williams would seem to have some work to do based on the first weeks testing. Sam Michael and Barrichello both appeared to be frustrated by the amount of time spent on systems checks relating to the change of engine supplier and the car stopped on track at one point with throttle problems. Barrichello suggested in one interview that some other teams are running light to impress sponsors which suggets to me that hes not able to show his own true pace. Nico Hulkenburg completed his first days testing with no issues apart from a wheel banging incident with DLRs Sauber.

Toro Rosso
Actually building their own chassis for the first time!, Toro Rosso unsurprisingly have had teething problems with their car. It is rumoured the gear box problems suffered on Monday may be more serious than the team is letting on. The car had a long break in the middle if the day on Tuesday despite the team saying they had fixed all the problems and refused to comment on why the car was off track. Alguersuari was positive about his first f1 test but both drivers refusal to comment on the competitiveness of the car suggests they could be in for a long year

Top Testing Times, Valencia, 1-2 Feb
Fernando Alonso - Ferrari 1:11.470 (Wed)
Felipe Massa - Ferrari 1:11.722 (Tue)
Kamui Kobayashi - Sauber 1:12.056 (Tue)
Pedro De La Rosa - Sauber 1:12.094 (Wed)
Lewis Hamilton - McLaren 1:12.256 (Tue)
Robert Kubica - Renault 1:12.426 (Tue)
Michael Schumacher - Mercedes 1:12.438 (Wed)
Jaime Alguersuari - Toro Rosso 1:12.576 (Wed)
Nico Rosberg - Mercedes 1:12.899 (Tue)
Jenson Button - McLaren 1:12.951 (Wed)
Vitaly Petrov - Renault 1:13.097 (Wed)
Rubens Barrichello - Williams 1:13.377 (Tue)
Nico Hulkenburg - Williams 1:13.669 (Wed)
Seba Buemi - Toro Rosso 1:13.823 (Mon)
Gary Paffett - McLaren 1:13.846 (Mon)


I have to say its always a laugh hearing everyone sound off about whos winning the championship after first testing. We still dont really know all that much, particularly because Red Bull, who should be a major player this year, are yet to show their hand. The most significant things to come out of this test for me are, firstly, everyone is reliable. Theyve all been doing long runs and there have been very few mechanical breakdowns. Secondly, Michael Schumacher thinks Ferrari are the team to beat. Thirdly, Sauber are probably going to do a hell of a lot better than everyone thought although they'll have to show more to convince me theyre genuine front runners.
All that considered, Ferrari do look in the best position at the moment. Mclaren are talking a good game, but Hamilton will have to produce the lap times to back up the potential hes shown so far. Red Bull still to come but I think the rest are clutching at straws. The show moves on to Jerez next week.
By:
fkqmz
When: 03 Feb 10 21:25
oops :)
By:
fkqmz
When: 10 Feb 10 15:00
10 minutes of dry running at Jerez today followed by rain for the remainder of the day. Looks very wet from the pictures. Rosberg fastest but it was literally on the 10 minutes running.
By:
in hell
When: 12 Feb 10 08:59
was a lovely day yesterday . full day
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