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Kobayashi quickest in final day at Barcelona F1 test

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Kamui Kobayashi set top fastest lap-time in morning session of F1 pre-season testing at Barcelona. The Japanese speedy ran with Super Soft tyres and post fastest lap-time. Williams F1’sa Pastor Maldonado’s done second quickest lap-time and Force India’s Paul Di Resta set third fastest lap ahead of McLaren’s Jenson Button.

In Afternoon run Kobayashi did not improve his time comparatively morning performance. Afternoon Sauber focussing long runs and done 145 laps. Pastor Maldonado completed another long run and ended the day with 134 laps.

Force India’s Paul di Resta was improve his time in afternoon running with super soft compound and set best time 1:23.119 with 101 laps. Jenson Button completed another long run, done 115 laps and he set fourth fastest lap-time with 1:23:200. Ferrari’s Felipe Massa set fifth fastest lap with F2012 and he completed today job with 103 laps.

Red Bull Racing’s Mark Webber has done sixth quickest lap-time ahead of Toro Rosso’s Jean-Eric Vergne. The F1 veteran Webber most lap running in afternoon and completed 85 laps.

Mercedes GP’s Nico Rosberg completed another long run with brand new Mercedes AMG, he done 139 laps. Kovalainen’s job was break up by an electrical trouble which forced the team to make an engine change, but he was ultimately done 70 laps.

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