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Barcelona day one - Rosberg sets wet benchmarkWith intermittent showers and temperatures struggling to make it into double figures, the opening day of this week’s test session at Barcelona’s Circuit de Catalunya got off to a slow start on Tuesday. Four teams were in action, but it was Williams' Nico Rosberg who proved the quickest driver, clocking a best time of 1m 30.675s around the Spanish circuit.

The young German was joined on track by team mate Kazuki Nakjima, who finished second, albeit almost two seconds down on Rosberg. The pair covered over 150 laps as they continued the British team’s development programme for the FW30, concentrating on set-up runs and endurance work.

Third quickest was Mark Webber for Red Bull. Webber covered just 27 laps during the session while his team mate David Coulthard, fifth, completed 23. With the team choosing to run so few laps the pair concentrated on practice starts. Coulthard added an element of excitement after briefly making contact with the wall at Turns 7 and 8 but the minor damage to his RB4 was quickly fixed.

Splitting the two Red Bull drivers was Fernando Alonso for Renault in fourth. Alonso was joined by team mate Nelson Piquet Jr, who ended the day in seventh. Both were restricted to limited running, completing 16 and 8 laps respectively.

“It was a day disrupted by the weather and so we did not learn much at all really,” explained Christian Silk, Renault's chief test engineer. “When you have days like this you just have to adapt the programme as best you can, and so we made the most of the rain by completing some wet weather running just to check the balance of the cars and to carry out basic system checks.”

Jarno Trulli finished sixth fastest for Toyota as he continued the Japanese team’s pre-season programme. Although the squad had intended to carry out comparative work on the TF108’s new aerodynamics package, the unsettled conditions limited Trulli’s running to 57 laps.

Even so, the Italian’s day was more productive than that of team tester Kamui Kobayashi, who completed just one installation lap. Kobayashi spent the day in the Toyota garage waiting, fruitlessly, for the weather to improve.

“That was a short day’s work for me,” said the Jaapnese driver. “We have limits on testing mileage so it was decided that we could not use up laps in conditions like these. That’s the way testing goes sometimes but at least I have been able to recover fully after a long trip from Indonesia yesterday.”

Testing will continue at the Circuit de Catalunya on Wednesday, when both McLaren - who opted not to run on Tuesday due to the weather - and Ferrari are expected to join proceedings.

Elsewhere on Tuesday, BMW Sauber continued their programme of testing at Valencia. The German-Swiss team were, however, as hampered by the weather as their colleagues in Barcelona and race drivers Robert Kubica and Nick Heidfeld covered under 30 laps in total, collecting data in the F1.08 whilst running on wet tyres. The pair will continue to test at the Spanish circuit on Wednesday.

Unofficial Tuesday times from Barcelona:
1. Nico Rosberg, Williams, 1:30.675
2. Kazuki Nakajima, Williams, 1:32.370
3. Mark Webber, Red Bull, 1:32.599
4. Fernando Alonso, Renault, 1:32.820
5. David Coulthard, Red Bull, 1:32.924
6. Jarno Trulli, Toyota, 1:33.283
7. Nelson Piquet Jr, Renault, 1:40.073
8. Kamui Kobayashi, Toyota, no time
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Barcelona day two - Massa flies as rain continues to fall

21 Feb 2008
Barcelona day two - Massa flies as rain continues to fall
The second day of testing at Barcelona’s Circuit de Catalunya on Wednesday proved just as rain swept as the first, with showers interrupting proceedings throughout Wednesday's session. It was new arrivals Ferrari, however, who managed to get the most from the Spanish track with race driver Felipe Massa clocking the fastest time, a 1m 30.673s, to put him over six-tenths of a second clear of Red Bull’s Mark Webber.

Ferrari tester Luca Badoer in the other F2008 also impressed and finished the day in third. Massa tested new aerodynamic components and covered 40 laps, while Badoer completed 33 as he continued the general development of the Italian team’s 2008 car.

Webber’s team mate David Coulthard took up fourth, as the duo covered almost 100 laps over the session. Red Bull had planned to replicate a race weekend during the day but with the wet conditions, they opted to practice pit stops and carry out two full run-throughs of a qualifying session.

Just behind Coulthard was former world champion Fernando Alonso for Renault in fifth. Alonso completed 28 laps but the team’s focus was largely dedicated to checking systems on the car and rehearsing various race procedures in the garage. Alonso’s team mate Nelson Piquet Jr completed just one lap in the second R28, finishing in 11th, without a recorded time.

“It is hard to be patient when you have spent two days waiting around for the weather conditions to improve,” said Piquet. “I finished the day having completed only a single installation lap - a bit frustrating for me and all members of the team who had hoped that the track conditions would have improved by the end of the day.”

Tuesday’s quickest driver, Nico Rosberg, found himself lower down the order on Wednesday. Rosberg finished sixth for Williams after covering 97 laps. The second FW30 was shared by team tester Nico Hulkenberg and race driver Kazuki Nakajima. Hulkenberg, ninth, and Nakajima, tenth, completed over 80 laps, as they continued set-up work.

The fastest Toyota driver was Timo Glock in seventh, while team mate Jarno Trulli finished the day a tenth down on his team mate in eighth. Trulli covered 46 laps of set-up and aerodynamics work in the TF108, but Glock limited himself to a single installation lap in the morning and a further 32 after lunch as track conditions improved.

“That was only half a day’s work for me today because the morning was too wet for us to gain anything from testing,” explained the German. “In the afternoon we did some running in the wet conditions - first on heavy wet tyres, changing to standard wet tyres. It was difficult to draw conclusions but we found a similar picture to the dry which will help us define where we concentrate our work.”

Testing will continue at the Circuit de Catalunya on Thursday and with the weather predicted to improve, McLaren are expected to join proceedings.

Unofficial Wednesday times from Barcelona:
1. Felipe Massa, Ferrari, 1:30.673
2. Mark Webber, Red Bull, 1:31:213
3. Luca Badoer, Ferrari, 1:31.288
4. David Coulthard, Red Bull, 1:31.654
5. Fernando Alonso, Renault, 1:31.731
6. Nico Rosberg, Williams, 1:31.963
7. Timo Glock, Toyota, 1:32.407
8. Jarno Trulli, Toyota, 1:32.571
9. Nico Hulkenberg, Williams, 1:33.102
10. Kazuki Nakajima, Williams, no time
11. Nelson Piquet Jr, Renault, no time
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Barcelona day three - Nakajima impresses in the sunshine

Barcelona day three - Nakajima impresses in the sunshine
After two days of waiting, the six teams at this week’s test session at Barcelona’s Circuit de Catalunya were treated to dry conditions on Thursday. And with the sun finally shining, Williams' Kazuki Nakajima was the man to beat, the Japanese driver clocking a best lap of 1m 22.153s around the Spanish circuit.

Nakjima was joined on track by 2008 team mate Nico Rosberg, fifth, and Williams tester Nico Hulkenberg, 13th. While Rosberg enjoyed sole use of one of the team's FW30s, completing 109 laps, Nakajima and Hulkenberg shared the second to cover 32 and 59 laps respectively.

Barely three-hundredths of a second down on Nakajima was Heikki Kovalainen for McLaren. Having shied away from the damp conditions earlier in the week, it was a successful first day for the British team, with team tester Pedro de la Rosa finishing in third.

Wednesday’s quickest runner, Felipe Massa, took up fourth slot for Ferrari, while the Italian team’s tester Luca Badoer finished eighth in the second F2008. Red Bull’s Mark Webber and David Coulthard, meanwhile, ended the day in sixth and seventh respectively as they continued to prepare the RB4 for the season’s opening race in March.

Also enjoying top-ten placings were Fernando Alonso in ninth for Renault and Timo Glock in 10th for Toyota. While Alonso was joined by fellow race driver Nelson Piquet Jr, 11th, Glock went out on track alongside team tester Kamui Kobayashi, 12th.

Glock covered 109 laps during the session as he worked through a programme focusing on the TF108’s new aerodynamic package. Kobayashi carried out engine and set-up work and completed 56 laps.

“Finally we had a day of running in the dry today so we could at last begin meaningful work on our new aerodynamics package,” exclaimed Dieter Gass, Toyota's chief race and test engineer. “It was still a difficult day because there were many disruptions for red flags.

"But on Timo’s car we made it through the programme of work that we had pencilled in for the first day of this week’s test. Kamui also made it through his programme and collected some useful data.”

Most teams will now leave the Circuit de Catalunya for a brief period before returning for a second three-day test next week from February 25. Ferrari, who only joined proceedings on Wednesday, are the exception and are expected to continue testing on Friday.

Unofficial Thursday times from Barcelona:
1. Kazuki Nakajima, Williams, 1:22.153
2. Heikki Kovalainen, McLaren, 1:22.185
3. Pedro de la Rosa, McLaren, 1:22.208
4. Felipe Massa, Ferrari, 1:22.213
5. Nico Rosberg, Williams, 1:22.248
6. Mark Webber, Red Bull, 1:22.477
7. David Coulthard, Red Bull, 1:22.499
8. Luca Badoer, Ferrari, 1:22.535
9. Fernando Alonso, Renault, 1:22.657
10. Timo Glock, Toyota, 1:22.901
11. Nelson Piquet Jr, Renault, 1:23.286
12. Kamui Kobayashi, Toyota, 1:24.132
13. Nico Hulkenberg, Williams, 1:24.222
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I am really happy for Williams! They have really come alive! I would like them to get ahead of Renault this season!
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Wouldn't it be funny, if Williams finished ahead of engine supplier, and biggest spending F-1 team Toyota.
At least Honda seems to have seen the wisdom of getting away from the Japanese management by committee approach, after blowing a billion dollar or so.
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Poor weather makes for frustrating week in Spain

Poor weather makes for frustrating week in Spain
With just 20 days to go until the season opener in Melbourne, track time for all the teams is a prized commodity. But no amount of bartering could help the six teams testing at Barcelona’s Circuit de Catalunya put an end to the poor weather conditions at the Spanish track this week.

Most arrived to start their three-day programmes on Tuesday, but intermittent showers throughout the session limited the majority to carrying out brief runs and practising pit stops. On Wednesday too, the wet weather continued to hamper progress, before the sun finally shone on Thursday.

“We have been waiting for a long time to do some dry running and we made the most of it,” said Renault’s Fernando Alonso after Thursday’s test. “The track conditions were not perfect, but they were good enough for what we wanted to test and they remained consistent for the whole day.”

The Toyota team, who had hoped to spend the three days evaluating a new aerodynamic package, were equally relieved when the track at last dried out on Thursday. The sunshine on the final day saw race driver Timo Glock cover 109 laps whilst testing the new components.

“Finally we had a day of running in the dry today so we could at last begin meaningful work on our new aerodynamics package,” said Toyota’s chief engineer race and test, Dieter Gass. “It was still a difficult day because there were many disruptions for red flags. But on Timo’s car we made it through the programme of work that we had penciled in for the first day of this week’s test.”

For Williams’ driver Nico Rosberg, however, the inclement conditions did have some benefits - not least providing the team the opportunity to weigh up the car’s performance in the wet and give himself the chance to evaluate how well he coped without traction control on a damp track.

“We’ve had plenty of running in the wet this week and we looked pretty good, which was positive,” Rosberg said. “It wasn’t that easy to drive in the conditions, it’s hard to keep the tyres in the working window, especially without traction control, so you’re always quite on the limit.”

Of all six teams in action at Barcelona, Ferrari were by far the most fortunate. The world champions, who chose to start their three days’ of running on Wednesday, will test alone at the Circuit de Catalunya on Friday, taking advantage of the drier conditions that are expected to continue at the Spanish track.

Luckily for their rival teams, all 10 are scheduled to join them again at the circuit next week for the final pre-season test, starting on Monday.

With sunshine and showers again predicted, however, those under pressure to complete their Melbourne preparations will no doubt have their fingers crossed that the rain will not materialize.
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2008 Testing - Hamilton edges Ferrari pair

2008 Testing - Hamilton edges Ferrari pair
Eurosport - Mon, 25 Feb 17:42:00 2008
Lewis Hamilton was quicker than both Kimi Raikkonen and Michael Schumacher as the final pre-season group test ahead of the Australian Grand Prix took place in Barcelona.

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A now familiar damp circuit greeted the ten teams in attendance but with 19 drivers on track the circuit dried as the day progressed with Hamilton setting the pace with a best lap of 1:22.276s in his McLaren Mercedes.

Defending world champion Raikkonen and seven-time champion Michael Schumacher were representing Ferrari and the duo recorded the second and third fastest times respectively, both less than two-tenths off Hamilton's pace.

Kazuke Nakajima continued his impressive pre-season programme with Williams Toyota with the fourth fastest time just ahead of Heikki Kovalainen's McLaren and team-mate Nico Rosberg in the second FW30.

Fernando Alonso continued to lead the way at Renault with the seventh fastest time, seven-tenths off Hamilton's pace, while Nelson Piquet was 14th in the second R28.

Over at BMW Sauber Nick Heidfeld was eighth fastest while new test driver Christian Klien was 12th best.

It was the first day of working with the updated VJM01 chassis for Adrian Sutil who was an impressive ninth fastest ahead of Mark Webber in the leading Red Bull, Sebastian Vettel in the sole Toro Rosso and Tonio Liuzzi who ran the older F8-VIIB Force India chassis.

Barcelona* - 25/02/2008

1 . L. Hamilton - McLaren Mercedes MP4-23 - 1:22.276 (+ 0.000 ) - 78 laps

2 . K. Raikkonen - Ferrari F2008 - 1:22.319 (+ 0.043 ) - 82 laps

3 . M. Schumacher - Ferrari F2008 - 1:22.428 (+ 0.152 ) - 83 laps

4 . K. Nakajima - Williams Toyota FW30 - 1:22.724 (+ 0.448 ) - 54 laps

5 . H. Kovalainen - McLaren Mercedes MP4-23 - 1:22.852 (+ 0.576 ) - 71 laps

6 . N. Rosberg - Williams Toyota FW30 - 1:22.974 (+ 0.698 ) - 108 laps

7 . F. Alonso - Renault R28 - 1:23.021 (+ 0.745 ) - 79 laps

8 . N. Heidfeld - BMW Sauber F1.08 - 1:23.075 (+ 0.799 ) - 75 laps

9 . A. Sutil - Force India Ferrari VJM01 - 1:23.091 (+ 0.815 ) - 62 laps

10 . M. Webber - Red Bull Renault RB4 - 1:23.115 (+ 0.839 ) - 71 laps

11 . S. Vettel - Toro Rosso Ferrari STR2B - 1:23.188 (+ 0.912 ) - 95 laps

12 . V. Liuzzi - Force India Ferrari F8-VIIB - 1:23.239 (+ 0.963 ) - 43 laps

13 . T. Glock - Toyota TF108 - 1:23.270 (+ 0.994 ) - 70 laps

14 . C. Klien - BMW Sauber F1.08 - 1:23.442 (+ 1.166 ) - 42 laps

15 . N. Piquet - Renault R28 - 1:23.609 (+ 1.333 ) - 86 laps

16 . K. Kobayashi - Toyota TF108 - 1:23.880 (+ 1.604 ) - 29 laps

17 . R. Barrichello - Honda RA108 - 1:24.460 (+ 2.184 ) - 115 laps

18 . A. Wurz - Honda RA108 - 1:24.667 (+ 2.391 ) - 109 laps

19 . D. Coulthard - Red Bull Renault RB4 - 1:24.826 (+ 2.550 ) - 25 laps.

*Times courtesy of Circuit de Catalunya

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Wow, I think for his first outing with the new Ferrari, Schumacher's time is amazing.
Too bad he isn't racing in F-1 anymore.
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Schumacher returns but Hamilton is quickest

Schumacher returns but Hamilton is quickest
Mon 25 Feb, 07:45 PM

LONDON (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton gave retired seven times world champion Michael Schumacher a taste of his pace on the first day of Formula One's final pre-season test in Barcelona on Monday.

The 23-year-old McLaren driver, returning to the Circuit de Catalunya where he suffered racist abuse from spectators at the start of the month, topped the timesheets in 1:22.276 ahead of Ferrari's world champion Kimi Raikkonen in 1:22.319.

Schumacher, still quick at 39 years old and despite his retirement at the end of 2006, was third fastest in 1:22.428. He was stepping in as a one-day replacement for Brazilian Felipe Massa at Ferrari.

It was the first time the German had driven the F2008 car after participating in several tests for the Italian team last season. He did 83 laps to Raikkonen's 82 in a session that started wet and overcast.

Japan's Kazuki Nakajima was fourth fastest for Toyota-powered Williams, with McLaren's Finnish driver Heikki Kovalainen fifth and Germany's Nico Rosberg sixth for Williams.

Renault's double world champion Fernando Alonso was seventh.

"We spent most of the day doing pit stop practice with the mechanics and everything went okay, no problems," said the Spaniard. "It was important to do this to get everybody ready for the first race in Australia."

The Force India team gave their new VJM01 car its track debut, with Germany's Adrian Sutil setting the ninth fastest time of the 19 drivers present and Italian test driver Vitantonio Liuzzi 12th.

"We were running 60 percent of the aero package we will use in Australia and it seemed to go well," said technical head Mike Gascoyne in a statement.

The season starts in Melbourne on March 16.

(Reporting by Alan Baldwin, editing by Clare Lovell)
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Barcelona day two - McLaren one-two in testingMcLaren retained their grip on the Barcelona timesheets on Tuesday as Lewis Hamilton again set the pace at this week’s multi-team test at Spain's Circuit de Catalunya. Hamilton’s best time, a 1m 21.234s, put him two-tenths of a second clear of Heikki Kovalainen in the second MP4-23.

With dry conditions throughout the day, Hamilton and Kovalainen covered over 140 laps as they continued to evaluate the latest modifications on the British team’s 2008 challenger ahead of next month's Australian Grand Prix.

Full report to follow.

Unofficial Tuesday times from Barcelona:
1. Lewis Hamilton, McLaren, 1:21.234
2. Heikki Kovalainen, McLaren, 1:21.434
3. Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari, 1:21.722
4. Nico Rosberg, Williams, 1:22.309
5. Felipe Massa, Ferrari, 1:22.513
6. Giancarlo Fisichella, Force India, 1:22.516
7. Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull, 1:22.558
8. Robert Kubica, BMW Sauber, 1:22.625
9. Jenson Button, Honda, 1:22.659
10. Vitantonio Liuzzi, Force India, 1:22.942
11. Kazuki Nakajima, Williams, 1:22.977
12. Jarno Trulli, Toyota, 1:23.023
13. Fernando Alonso, Renault, 1:23.112
14. Rubens Barrichello, Honda, 1:23.169
15. Nick Heidfeld, BMW Sauber, 1:23.284
16. Sebastien Bourdais, Toro Rosso, 1:23.323
17. Mark Webber, Red Bull, 1:23.458
18. Nelson Piquet Jr, Renault, 1:23.467
19. Timo Glock, Toyota, 1:23.561
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