Honda and Super Aguri continued to pound the Jerez circuit whilst their rivals battled the elements at Silverstone, Christian Klien and James Rossiter once again on duty for the Honda-powered teams.

With Jenson Button being sidelined for a niggle to his back believed to have been picked up in the first corner smash at Indianapolis, Klien assumed duties, testing several aerodynamic and mechanical updates for RA107.

Hoping to find an additional few tenths to help get themselves challenging for positions in the mid-field, the Austrian completed 61 laps of Spanish circuit before Button is expected to be back in the car tomorrow.

Rossiter meanwhile managed a best lap of 1min 20.960 over 66 laps whilst trying out the Aguri's revised suspension and working on set-up for the upcoming races. He too will be replaced tomorrow by race driver Anthony Davidson.



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