Kevin Magnussen posted the quickest time across the four days of running at Jerez as ten of the eleven F1 teams debuted their new cars.

His best time for McLaren came during Thursday's running, with Felipe Massa and Lewis Hamilton the only other drivers to break 1min 24secs.

That was still some way down on the benchmark time set by Massa for Ferrari on the corresponding test last year with the 2013-spec cars.

In terms of laps, Mercedes led the way in terms of driver, team and engine, with Red Bull and Renault struggling.

1. Kevin MagnussenDenmark McLaren-Mercedes1min 23.276secs 162 laps (3)
2. Felipe MassaBrazilWilliams-Mercedes1min 23.700secs 133 laps (3)
3. Lewis HamiltonBritain Mercedes-Mercedes1min 23.952secs 121 laps (3)
4. Jenson ButtonBritainMcLaren-Mercedes1min 24.165secs 83 laps (2)
5. Kimi RaikkonenFinlandFerrari-Ferrari1min 24.812secs 78 laps (2)
6. Valtteri BottasFinlandWilliams-Mercedes1min 25.344secs 42 laps (2)
7. Fernando AlonsoSpainFerrari-Ferrari1min 25.495secs 173 laps (3)
8. Nico RosbergGermany Mercedes-Mercedes1min 25.588secs 188 laps (2)
9. Nico HulkenbergGermany Force India-Mercedes1min 26.096secs 17 laps (3)
10. Sergio PerezMexicoForce India-Mercedes1min 28.376secs 48 laps (2)
11. Daniel JuncadellaSpain Force India-Mercedes1min 29.457secs 81 laps (4)
12. Jean-Eric VergneFranceSTR-Renault1min 29.915secs 45 laps (3)
13. Adrian SutilGermany Sauber-Ferrari1min 30.161secs 103 laps (3)
14. Jules BianchiFranceMarussia-Ferrari1min 32.222secs 25 laps (4)
15. Esteban GutierrezMexicoSauber-Ferrari1min 33.270secs 60 laps (2)
16. Marcus EricssonSwedenCaterham-Renault1min 37.975secs 12 laps (2)
17. Sebastian VettelGermany Red Bull-Renault1min 38.320secs 11 laps (2)
18. Kamui KobayashiJapan Caterham-Renault1min 43.193secs 54 laps (4)
19. Daniil KvyatRussiaSTR-Renault1min 44.016secs 9 laps (4)
20. Daniel RicciardoAustralia Red Bull-Renault1min 45.374secs 10 laps (4)
21. Max ChiltonBritainMarussia-FerrariNo Time 5 laps
22. Robin FrijnsNetherlands Caterham-RenaultNo Time 10 laps

Combined lap counts - Driver:

1. Nico RosbergGermany Mercedes-Mercedes188 laps
2. Fernando AlonsoSpainFerrari-Ferrari173 laps
3. Kevin MagnussenDenmark McLaren-Mercedes162 laps
4. Felipe MassaBrazilWilliams-Mercedes133 laps
5. Lewis HamiltonBritain Mercedes-Mercedes121 laps
6. Adrian SutilGermany Sauber-Ferrari103 laps
7. Jenson ButtonBritainMcLaren-Mercedes83 laps
8. Daniel JuncadellaSpain Force India-Mercedes81 laps
9. Kimi RaikkonenFinlandFerrari-Ferrari78 laps
10. Esteban GutierrezMexicoSauber-Ferrari60 laps
11. Kamui KobayashiJapan Caterham-Renault54 laps
12. Sergio PerezMexicoForce India-Mercedes48 laps
13. Jean-Eric VergneFranceSTR-Renault45 laps
14. Valtteri BottasFinlandWilliams-Mercedes42 laps
15. Jules BianchiFranceMarussia-Ferrari25 laps
16. Nico HulkenbergGermany Force India-Mercedes17 laps
17. Marcus EricssonSwedenCaterham-Renault12 laps
18. Sebastian VettelGermany Red Bull-Renault11 laps
19. Daniel RicciardoAustralia Red Bull-Renault10 laps
20. Robin FrijnsNetherlands Caterham-Renault10 laps
21. Daniil KvyatRussiaSTR-Renault9 laps
22. Max ChiltonBritainMarussia-Ferrari5 laps

Combined lap counts - Team:

1. Mercedes309 laps
2. Ferrari251 laps
3. McLaren245 laps
4. Williams175 laps
5. Sauber163 laps
6. Force India146 laps
7. Caterham76 laps
8. Toro Rosso54 laps
9. Marussia 30 laps
10. Red Bull Racing 21 laps

Combined lap counts - Engine:

1. Mercedes 875
2. Ferrari444
3. Renault151