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19 February 2010

Mark Webber set the pace at the Jerez F1 test on Friday, as times tumbled as drivers finally got some dry running.

The early wet weather had made for a frustrating morning, with Virgin Racing's Lucas Di Grassi making a notable trip into the gravel trap.

Jenson Button (McLaren) and Fernando Alonso (Ferrari) have set competitive times in all weather conditions, and is currently second fastest.

See F1 testing pictures from today's action

F1 test times, Jerez - Friday

1 Webber (Red Bull) 1m19.299s2 Alonso (Ferrari) 1m20.115s +0.8163 Button (McLaren) 1m20.394s +1.0954 Hulkenberg (Williams) 1m21.432s +2.1335 Schumacher (Mercedes) 1m21.437s +2.1386 Kubica (Renault) 1m21.916s +2.6177 Sutil (Force India) 1m21.939s +2.6408 Kobayashi (Sauber) 1m22.228s +2.9299 Alguersuari (Toro Rosso) 1m22.564s +3.26510 Di Grassi (Virgin) 1m23.504s +4.20511 Kovalainen (Lotus) 1m23.521s +4.222

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SpiritOfSenna 19 February 2010

Re: Button fastest; Di Grassi spins

kcrally wrote:
to cut costs all f1 drivers should race round in simulators. then we can analyse the statistics afterwards, without the boredom of a two hour procession.

To be honest, I find the analysis pretty boring. Why not just have a two-hour procession of bikinis (emblazoned with sponsors' logos) being modelled in sunny, exotic locations? The drivers could draw straws for the result of the race in some back office.

kcrally 19 February 2010

Re: Button fastest; Di Grassi spins

to cut costs all f1 drivers should race round in simulators. then we can analyse the statistics afterwards, without the boredom of a two hour procession.