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Jerez test times – 3 December

2009 British F3 champion Daniel Ricciardo sets the fastest time for Red Bull-Renault on the third and final day of the 2009 F1 young driver test at Jerez in southern Spain - 1.3 seconds up on his closest rival.
1. Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull-Renault 1min 17.418secs 77 laps
2. Paul di Resta Force India-Mercedes 1min 18.736secs 53 laps
3. Gary Paffett McLaren-Mercedes 1min 18.746secs 59 laps
4. Mike Conway Brawn GP-Mercedes 1min 19.096secs 77 laps
5. Nico Hülkenberg Williams-Toyota 1min 19.226secs 106 laps
6. Bertrand Baguette BMW Sauber 1min 19.356secs 70 laps
7. Oliver Turvey McLaren-Mercedes 1min 19.358secs 32 laps
8. Marcus Ericsson Brawn GP-Mercedes 1min 19.382secs 49 laps
9. Lucas di Grassi Renault 1min 19.602secs 123 laps
10. J.R. Hildebrand Force India-Mercedes 1min 19.873secs 41 laps
11. Pablo Sanchez Lopez Ferrari 1min 21.068secs 39 laps
12. Daniel Zampieri Ferrari 1min 21.279secs 42 laps
13. Marco Zipoli Ferrari 1min 21.725secs 41 laps
14. Brendon Hartley Toro Rosso-Ferrari 1min 22.493secs 50 laps
15. Mirko Bortolotti Toro Rosso-Ferrari 1min 23.721secs 734laps
16. Ho-Pin Tung Renault 1min 32.477secs 4 laps


Comparable time: [Posted during testing on 1 March]

Sebastian Vettel Red Bull-Renault 1min 19.055secs 87 laps



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December 03, 2009 9:32 PM

To say that Young Dan is a much better driver than Webber has to be the most stupid comment ive ever read here. i mean he is good, but not that good just yet. maybe in a few years but webber is one of the best in F1, this year has proved that. Dont forget Dan was running light fuel to do this lap, and in the best 09 car so if he didnt get the fastest time questions would be asked. You gave a example about how British F3 was the best Feeder series, tell Lewis and the two Nicos that. About Hulkenberg you are aware he was running high fuel loads both days doing race runs in prep for next year? dont worry about him, the whole world will see how good he is next year, and he will be briliant

Dodgy Foreigner - Unregistered

December 03, 2009 8:45 PM

I don't think you can really read much into the times over the last three days... some of the guys are there as a prize for winning their respective championship and hence at times are running fresh tyres on low fuel loads, and also to gain time in an F1 car. Whilst others are there to purely test the car in preparation for the upcoming rule changes next year. Unless you're actually there observing what each team is doing, it's hard to judge performance by times alone...



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