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Jerez test times - day three: 18 September.

1. Sebastian Vettel Red Bull-Renault 1min 18.001secs 37 laps
2. Nick Heidfeld BMW Sauber 1min 18.167secs 70 laps
3. Lucas di Grassi Renault-Renault 1min 18.999secs 36 laps
4. Pedro de la Rosa McLaren-Mercedes 1min 19.281secs 39 laps
5. Alex Wurz Honda-Honda 1min 19.499secs 79 laps
6. Takuma Sato Toro Rosso-Ferrari 1min 19.574secs 49 laps
7. Kamui Kobayashi Toyota-Toyota 1min 19.863secs 47 laps
8. Kazuki Nakajima Williams-Toyota 1min 21.892secs 60 laps


Track / weather conditions: Fine during the morning, rain during the afternoon. Maximum track temp. 31°C/ Maximum ambient temp. 24°C.

all times unofficial – courtesy of Renault.


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TooGood 2Tell

September 18, 2008 5:46 PM

Dear friends - Vettel is driving RBR car and Sato the STR so can't compare apples with oranges. And Vettel has filled in for DC in previous tests for the senior team, so he knows the car well. As for Sato - a) If he has provided engineers good technical feedback to engineers and more importantly b) If their "Business" needs are satisfied by Takuma San, definitely he may get the seat. For fans it "may" be about racing. For Teams its more about business, and if time permits racing :p. They can give any spin to justify their actions at later date and time.so don't read too much into this one :D

Dany Brown

September 18, 2008 7:49 PM

Quote: "Dear friends - Vettel is driving RBR car and Sato the STR" Haven't realised that before posting, my mistake there. But yet, we all know that the RBR got maybe less performances than the STR... Is Jerez a speed (engine) circuit or an "average" circuit? Must confess that i don't remember the laying of the track at all since i did'nt saw a race there for quite some years...



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