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UPDATED: Barcelona (II) F1 test times : 8 March - 5pm

Red Bull Racing star Mark Webber is re-instated at the top of the timesheets at the conclusion of day one in Barcelona, after Sauber's rookie sensation Sergio Pérez was indeed found to have skipped a chicane on his quickest effort...
Full lap times as of 5pm local time, on the opening day of the final five-day test at the Circuit de Catalunya near Barcelona.


1. Mark Webber Red Bull Racing-Renault 1m 22.544s
2. Jenson Button McLaren-Mercedes 1m 22.910s
3. Vitaly Petrov Lotus Renault GP-Renault 1m 22.937s
4. Sergio Perez Sauber-Ferrari 1m 24.117s *
5. Nick Heidfeld Lotus Renault GP-Renault 1m 24.735s
6. Paul di Resta Force India-Mercedes 1m 25.039s
7. Davide Valsecchi Team Lotus-Renault 1m 25.406s
8. Sebastien Buemi Scuderia Toro Rosso-Ferrari 1m 26.004s
9. Nico Hulkenberg Force India-Mercedes 1m 26.030s
10. Luiz Razia Team Lotus-Renault 1m 26.723s
11. Jerome D'Ambrosio Virgin-Cosworth 1m 32.060s

all times unofficial

* Perez was originally credited with the day's fastest lap, but was stripped of that time for having missed a chicane, dropping him to fourth



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Alan D - Unregistered

March 08, 2011 11:59 PM

Rob: "Yes the Renault is still looking good. Robert will be very much missed this year." Heidfeld is going to be on hiding to nothing with some people this year. If the car isn't great then people will put it down to Heidfeld and say Kubica could have done better. If Heidfeld is brilliant and finishes in, say, 3rd in the WDC, people will say "If Kubica had been driving, he'd have won the WDC". I think its quite possible that Heidfeld will do as good a job as Kubica could have done.

Rob01 - Unregistered

March 08, 2011 7:43 PM

McL with Jenson at the wheel only .366 behind the Bull of Webber. Maybe the extra days have helped. Let's see tomorrow what the pecking order brings us.



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