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F1 Live Timing: Day 4 Barcelona testing

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Day 4 – February 25 – Thursday: 2016 Formula 1 second pre-season testing beginning at 9 am (Barcelona local time).

ThisisF1 will provide live timing and official tweets from all eight days of pre-season F1 testing.

TRACK STATUS: FINISH

PosDriverTeamTimeLapTyreStatus
1Kimi RaikkonenFerrari1:23.477 80
Unmarked
PIT
2Daniil Kvyat Red Bull1:24.293 96
Ultra Super Soft
PIT
3Alfonso Celis jrForce India1:24.840 75
Soft
PIT
4Kevin Magnussen Renault1:25.263 153
Soft
PIT
5Max VerstappenToro Rosso1:25.393 110
Medium
PIT
6Felipe NasrSauber1:26.053 121
Medium
PIT
7Nico RosbergMercedes1:26.187 86
Medium
PIT
8Lewis HamiltonMercedes 1:26.295 99
Medium
PIT
9Felipe MassaWilliams1:26.483 54
Soft
PIT
10Esteban Gutierrez Haas F11:27.802 89
Medium
PIT
11
Rio Haryanto
Manor1:28.266 51
Medium
Spun Off
12Fernando Alonso McLarenNo time3
Medium
PIT



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