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Felipe Massa posts the quickest time of the week in F1 testing in Barcelona

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February 21, 2011 5:14 PM

I expected Petrov to have more problems this year as the team lost Mark Slade (VPs race engineer) but he is doing OK now.

Does anyone know where is Mark Slade now? I read that he was heading for Merc to work with Schumacher. Did that happen?


February 21, 2011 6:20 PM

This might be of interest to those who like details of the goings on of F1 teams.
Catalunya Spain, FERRARI chassis 287 made its track debut, having previously been used for crash tests and bench testing and it too showed a good level of reliability, covering around 470km without any problems that's plus the fastest time of the 4 days.

trigger - Unregistered

February 21, 2011 7:44 PM

Yep seems like STR are blackhorses (they do not need to do show off), but Mc and Merc have wark to do, Force is still at the ame palce as well as Williams. ANd for Newcommers the long way ahead (without kers even harder) ... I would suggest to Wirth to upgrade his software, because the car is still the same box and it seems that Hispania is using the same algorithms too. Its a great puzzle but something F1 PR wants:-)

Equinox - Unregistered

February 22, 2011 1:57 AM

@ Firestorm
So Rosberg can beat Redbull drivers? Did you see the 2006 season where Webber out classed Rosberg more times than not?! And as goes for Vettel then there's no chance whatsoever Nico would get anywhere near him.

Sir Frank Wiliams - Unregistered

February 22, 2011 3:44 AM

Equinox. That is what Firestorm was saying, Nico can't touch the RB duo.............I disagree with the both of you. Nico was very young in 2006, in a crap car. But that's just my humble opinion.

BTW GO FELIPE!!! Vai vai vai!!!!

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