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Barcelona F1 test: Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari end winter on top By Ian Parkes Friday, March 4th 2016, 17:08 GMT Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari, Barcelona F1 testing February 2016 Sebastian Vettel concluded Formula 1 pre-season testing as he started it, by posting the quickest time for Ferrari. Of his four days overall in the SF16-H, Vettel topped the Barcelona timesheet on three occasions. With team-mate Kimi Raikkonen leading the way on two of his four outings, it means Ferrari was fastest on five of the eight days overall. On the Friday of the second test, Vettel's lap of 1m22.852s proved to be the best seen on the super-soft compound across both weeks. That time was set in the morning run, with the four-time champion embarking on a full race simulation in the afternoon on his way to 142 laps overall, the highest total of the day. Vettel finished 0.282 seconds clear of Toro Rosso's Carlos Sainz Jr, whose lap of 1m23.134s was posted before lunch on Pirelli's new-for-2016 ultra-soft compound. Felipe Massa leaped from 10th in the times in the morning to third come the end courtesy of a super-soft tyre run that put him 0.792s behind Vettel. Like Vettel and Sainz, the best lap from Force India's Sergio Perez was also done in the morning, with the Mexican using super-softs to finish 0.889s down on Vettel. On his final test outing in the morning, Lewis Hamilton was denied the "knife-edge" run he had hoped for as Mercedes kept the true potential of its W07 Hybrid under wraps. Come the end of his 638th lap in the car over the two weeks, Hamilton broke down with a transmission problem that delayed team-mate Nico Rosberg's running in the afternoon. Hamilton finished fifth quickest, with Rosberg down in 13th, and with neither driver using any of the soft compounds, as was predominantly the case across the eight days. Rosberg still managed 70 laps on Friday, but in appearing to concentrate on high-fuel runs the German finished 4.599s behind compatriot Vettel. Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo was sixth quickest on a set of softs, followed by the McLaren of Jenson Button who found himself still almost two seconds off the pace, despite his best lap being on ultra-softs. Jolyon Palmer suffered yet another issue on his final day in the car. A hydraulic problem limited his Renault to just 31 laps in the morning, the Briton added another 59 in the afternoon to finish eighth best on a super-soft lap. Sauber's Marcus Ericsson was ninth courtesy of a soft tyre outing, 2.1s behind Vettel, and just ahead of Haas drivers Romain Grosjean and Esteban Gutierrez. Grosjean completed 66 laps in the morning after being plagued by brake-by-wire woes on Thursday before handing over the car to Gutierrez for the afternoon. The Mexican managed just 25 laps, with his super-soft blast still 0.167s behind Grosjean's best effort on a set of softs. Following mechanical issues in the morning that confined Rio Haryanto to a solitary installation lap just before lunch, the Indonesian rookie managed a further 57 across the afternoon, but three seconds down even using ultra-softs. FRIDAY TEST TIMES: Pos Driver Car Time Gap Laps 1 Sebastian Vettel Ferrari 1m22.852s - 142 2 Carlos Sainz Toro Rosso/Ferrari 1m23.134s 0.282s 133 3 Felipe Massa Williams/Mercedes 1m23.644s 0.792s 129 4 Sergio Perez Force India/Mercedes 1m23.721s 0.869s 60 5 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 1m24.133s 1.281s 69 6 Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull/TAG Heuer 1m24.427s 1.575s 123 7 Jenson Button McLaren/Honda 1m24.714s 1.862s 121 8 Jolyon Palmer Renault 1m24.859s 2.007s 90 9 Marcus Ericsson Sauber/Ferrari 1m25.031s 2.179s 132 10 Romain Grosjean Haas/Ferrari 1m25.255s 2.403s 66 11 Esteban Gutierrez Haas/Ferrari 1m25.422s 2.570s 25 12 Rio Haryanto Manor/Mercedes 1m25.899s 3.047s 58 13 Nico Rosberg Mercedes 1m26.140s 3.288s 70
Full testing times from the second day of the first F1 test of the 2015 pre-season from the Circuit de Catalunya – Day 2 1pm 1. Sebastian Vettel Germany Ferrari-Ferrari 45 laps 1m 22.810s 2. Daniel Ricciardo Australia Red Bull-TAG-Heuer 58 laps 1m 23.525s 3. Nico Rosberg Germany Mercedes-Mercedes 81 laps 1m 24.867s 4. Sergio Perez Mexico Force India-Mercedes 48 laps 1m 25.692s 5. Marcus Ericsson Sweden Sauber-Ferrari 49 laps 1m 25.734* 6. Valtteri Bottas Finland Williams-Mercedes 54 laps 1m 25.872s 7. Pascal Wehrlein Germany MRT-Mercedes 36 laps 1m 25.925s 8. Jolyon Palmer Britain Renault-Renault 41 laps 1m 26.189s 9. Esteban Gutierrez Mexico Haas-Ferrari 31 laps 1m 26.931s 10. Fernando Alonso Spain McLaren-Honda 69 laps 1m 27.198s 11. Max Verstappen Netherlands Toro Rosso-Ferrari 59 laps 1m 27.346s Read more at http://www.crash.net/f1/results/227834/1/barcelona-f1-testing-results-tuesday-1pm.html#zJAgYbY1gLUgiA9w.99
Results of the opening morning test session at Barcelona; 1 S. Vettel Ferrari 1:24.939 2 L. Hamilton Mercedes 1:25.409 0.470 3 V. Bottas Williams 1:26.091 1.152 4 D. Ricciardo Red Bull 1:26.704 1.765 5 C. Sainz Toro Rosso 1:27.180 2.241 6 J. Button McLaren 1:27.691 2.752 7 M. Ericsson Sauber 1:28.165 3.226 8 R. Grosjean Haas 1:28.399 3.460 9 A. Celis Force India 1:29.406 4.467 10 J. Palmer Renault 1:31.351 6.412 11 P. Wehrlein Manor 1:33.455 8.516
Sebastian Vettel is 'more Ferrari' than Fernando Alonso was in F1 By Lawrence Barretto Sunday, December 20th 2015, 11:11 GMT Sebastian Vettel, F1 2015 Sebastian Vettel has a stronger tie with Ferrari after one Formula 1 season than Fernando Alonso managed in five years, according to its president Sergio Marchionne. The German four-time world champion joined Ferrari at the end of last season with Fernando Alonso moving to McLaren and made an instant impression. Vettel was the only non-Mercedes driver to win, achieving the feat three times and climbing the rostrum on a further 10 occasions as he finished third in the drivers' standings. Those inside Ferrari have spoken about the positive atmosphere in the team this term, with Vettel embracing his new role and seamlessly slotting into the Ferrari way of life. "Alonso stayed here for five years and he was less Ferrarista than Vettel is after one year in terms of identity and identification with the team," said Marchionne. "We had the annual Gestione Sportiva event with all the technicians, the mechanics, the sponsors and the drivers earlier this month. "There were over 1,200 people and Sebastian gave a speech entirely in Italian. "Of course he learned it by heart but it was perfect, incredible. He had prepared it so well. "He did it very honestly, like the guy he is, with a great heart and a lot of attachment. "He became more Ferrari, like a guy who has always been Ferrari."
Reply-to:Alonso has the best racecraft of any driver on the current grid. Ferrari gave him a shit car and he still managed runner up. Look at what happened when he was driving a Renault, HE BEAT MICHAEL SCHUMACHER. Alonso was the quickest even in 2005, when the McLaren was clearly faster. Just because hes not nice doesnt mean hes not talented. Ofcourse hes selfish and he brags alot, but as a double world champion Id say he has reason to. P.S. McLaren will once again be champions, good luck Jenson and Fernando!
too bad he's the worst at getting the best out of people,...he deserved McLaren and their dead-honda project. I guess that he'll still rationalize that last is better than 2nd. Let's see if Jensen can make the McLaren fast again because Fernando, who is a fast driver and useless at anything else, won't be up to the development tasks required to make McLaren-Honda champions again,...
Webber: Vettel’s the best, Maldonado the worst While Mark Webber rates Sebastian Vettel as the best overall in F1, he puts Pastor Maldonado at the opposite end of the scale as he is “out of his depth.” Webber retired for Formula 1 at the end of the 2013 season, calling it quits on a career spanning more than a decade. During that time he raced against some of the best in the sport including former team-mate Vettel, reigning World Champion Lewis Hamilton and good friend Fernando Alonso. But while Webber says Hamilton is “incredibly fast” and has denied that Alonso is “running out of puff”, he feels it is Vettel who has the most to offer any team. “If you’re talking Formula 1, the good boys always find themselves at the front and the good guys always find themselves in the best cars,” the Aussie said in an interview with Australia’s Wheels magazine. “Lewis has always been an incredibly fast, naturally gifted guy in all conditions and he’s very, very insensitive to tracks and to light rain and drizzle. It’s these sorts of things that makes the calibre of a very, very fast and phenomenal driver. “Someone like Seb, he’s very good at the resources, at pulling the whole team together and getting everything around him and filling in his weaknesses. He’s exceptional on that front.” As for Alonso, the former Red Bull driver reckons the double World Champion still has what it takes but concedes his wretched 2015 campaign with McLaren-Honda was a blow to his motivation. “Fernando, I wouldn’t say he’s running out of puff, but his motivation I think at the moment is challenged for sure,” Webber said. He continued: “But those three [Vettel, Hamilton and Alonso] are on a very, very, high level. “And if I had to pick one, I’d probably pick Sebastian, in terms of pulling the whole juggernaut together and getting the whole team going, which I think he will do at Ferrari shortly. “He’s notoriously consistent and unfortunately I was on the receiving end of a lot of that, but he’s pretty handy. Lewis has a little bit more of that mind-management challenge, whereas Sebastian is true to form in the Germanic fashion of that delivery.” The 38-year-old was then questioned about those at the opposite end of the scale. Asked who was the ‘worst driver he’d ever shared a track with’, he answered: “Probably Maldonado. “He’s out of his depth and just shouldn’t be there. He’s making up the numbers basically.”
Alonso has the best racecraft of any driver on the current grid. Ferrari gave him a shit car and he still managed runner up. Look at what happened when he was driving a Renault, HE BEAT MICHAEL SCHUMACHER. Alonso was the quickest even in 2005, when the McLaren was clearly faster. Just because he's not nice doesn't mean he's not talented. Ofcourse he's selfish and he brags alot, but as a double world champion I'd say he has reason to. P.S. McLaren will once again be champions, good luck Jenson and Fernando!
Vettel the best One of the brightest aspects of F1 is, according to Wolf, Ferrari's main star. "You know that a Canadian manages Ferrari? The CEO is Sergio Marchionne, from Hamilton in Ontario. He's one of the best managers around. Look at what he did. "Ferrari is not finished yet this season. He got right away the best driver in the world, Sebastian Vettel, and they are going to sort out the car also. "For me the best driver in the world - and not because I have a German background - is Vettel. Not [Lewis] Hamilton. "Hamilton is very good, but he has an excellent car. The engine in that Mercedes is unbelievable. But Vettel will be world champion again, if not this year, then next year."
Reply-to:Alonso is selfish dickhead. Always, I mean everything what he says is something that makes FA look and sound better. Most annoying and so selfish driver. Might be fast but he is really ready to do anything that he looks and sounds better than else. Dirtymoves and dirtygames. This guy is biggest cheater in whole f1-world.
And he's too stupid to learn, with all of his comments he's made about Ferrari, he sounds like a spoiled little child. I guess he will attempt to justify that being the ultimate backmarker is better than a couple of wins and many podiums. Ferrari know that they are way better off with Vettel!!!!
Alonso is selfish dickhead. Always, I mean everything what he says is something that makes FA look and sound better. Most annoying and so selfish driver. Might be fast but he is really ready to do anything that he looks and sounds better than else. Dirtymoves and dirtygames. This guy is biggest cheater in whole f1-world.
Honda is scheduled to upgrade and release another 50 bhp. Now they'll only be down 150 bhp to the rest (renault?). Do you think this will keep Fernando from blowing his stack when Lewis or Vettel come up to lap him at Spa?
WARNING: Spanish meltdown scheduled for Spa!!!!
Reply-to:Next meltdown/blowup scheduled for July 5th or there and abouts...
There is not doubt that FA is a fast driver, not so much a great driver(I'm not a FA hater) but he likes every bid of attention to himself a little selfish, he is not a team player at all; and his mechanics -communications skills are low. he doesn't have more championships for the same facts. he should be blaming himself and (Domenicalli for one title), he is just part of those failures and he doesn't want to admit that.....