Combined times: Barcelona pre-season test

Combined times: Barcelona pre-season test

4 March 2013 – The final pre-season test came to a close at the Circuit de Catalunya on Sunday afternoon, with Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg leading the way from Ferrari rival Fernando Alonso. To look back at the gathering, GPUpdate.net has put together a list of combined times, including lap totals and the tyre compounds used.

Pos. Driver / Team / Time / Laps / Tyre

1. Nico Rosberg / Mercedes / 1:20.130 / 251 laps / Soft
2. Fernando Alonso / Ferrari / 1:20.494 / 222 laps / Soft
3. Lewis Hamilton / Mercedes / 1:20.588 / 230 laps / Soft
4. Felipe Massa / Ferrari / 1:21.266 / 206 laps / Super Soft
5. Jenson Button / McLaren / 1:21.444 / 194 laps / Soft
6. Nico Hülkenberg / Sauber / 1:21.541 / 197 laps / Soft
7. Adrian Sutil / Force India / 1:21.627 / 171 laps / Soft
8. Kimi Räikkönen / Lotus / 1:21.658 / 50 laps / Soft
9. Paul di Resta / Force India / 1:21.664 / 169 laps / Soft
10. Pastor Maldonado / Williams / 1:22.305 / 151 laps /  Soft
11. Valtteri Bottas / Williams / 1:22.468 / 147 laps / Soft
12. Sebastian Vettel / Red Bull / 1:22.514 / 165 laps / Soft
13. Esteban Gutierrez / Sauber / 1:22.553 / 191 laps / Soft
14. Mark Webber / Red Bull / 1:22.658 / 149 laps / Soft
15. Sergio Pérez / McLaren / 1:22.694 / 201 laps / Soft
16. Romain Grosjean / Lotus / 1:22.716 / 186 laps / Soft
17. Charles Pic / Caterham / 1:23.115 / 199 laps / Soft
18. Jules Bianchi / Marussia / 1:23.167 / 136 laps / Soft
19. Jean-Éric Vergne / Toro Rosso / 1:23.223 / 173 laps / Soft
20. Davide Valsecchi / Lotus / 1:23.448 / 16 laps / Soft
21. Daniel Ricciardo / Toro Rosso / 1:23.628 / 152 laps / Soft
22. Max Chilton / Marussia / 1:24.103 / 202 laps / Soft
23. Giedo van der Garde / Caterham / 1:24.235 / 174 laps / Soft

As ever, exacting fuel loads are an unknown aspect of pre-season testing.

Stay tuned to GPUpdate.net for a full mileage review of the final pre-season gathering in Barcelona, amassing the team by team lap counts from all four days

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