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2013 F1: Fastest times over the final four days of testing at Barcelona

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2013 Formula 1 pre-season test ending at Circuit de Catalunya on Sunday afternoon, Mercedes showed surprising pace in final two days, Nico Rosberg set the quickest lap-time of the test on Sunday, Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso was only other rival proficient of beating Mercedes recruit Hamilton’s Saturday blistering pace.

Lotus F1 suffered with consistency problems and also Kimi Raikkonen not attended on Saturday testing due to sickness. Reserve driver Davide Valsecchi also get a opportunity share E21 with Romain Grosjean on Saturday.

Fastest times over the final four days of testing at Barcelona

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

Mileage by driver

 Pos   Driver   Team Laps Kms
  1   Nico Rosberg   Mercedes 251 1168
  2   Lewis Hamilton   Mercedes 230 1070
  3   Fernando Alonso   Ferrari 222 1033
  4   Felipe Massa   Ferrari 206 958
  5   Max Chilton   Marussia 202 940
  6   Sergio Perez   McLaren 201 935
  7   Chaeles Pic   Caterham 199 926
  8   Nico Hulkenberg   Sauber 197 917
  9   Jenson Button   McLaren 194 903
  10   Esteban Gutierrez   Sauber 191 889
  11   Romain Grosjean   Lotus 186 865
  12   Giedo van der Garde   Caterham 174 809
  13   Jean-Eric Vergne   Toro Rosso 173 805
  14   Adrian Sutil   Force India 171 796
  15   Paul Di Resta   Force India 169 786
  16   Sebastian Vettel   Red Bull 165 768
  17   Daniel Ricciardo   Toro Rosso 152 707
  18   Pastor Maldonado   Williams 151 702
  19   Mark Webber   Red Bull 149 693
  20   Valtteri Bottas   Williams 147 684
  21   Jules Bianchi   Marussia 136 633
  22   Kimi Raikkonen   Lotus 50 323
  23   Davide Valsecchi   Caterham 16 74

Mileage by team

  Team Laps Kms
  Mercedes 481 2239
  Ferrari 428 1992
  McLaren 395 1838
  Sauber 388 1806
  Caterham 373 1736
  Force India 340 1582
  Marussia 338 1573
  Toro Rosso 325 1512
  Red Bull 314 1461
  Williams 298 1387
  Lotus 252 1173

Total number of sets brought to Barcelona: 451 sets which equals 1804 tyres

– of which supersoft tyres: 35 sets
– of which soft tyres: 119 sets
– of which medium tyres: 123 sets
– of which hard tyres: 112 sets
– of which intermediate tyres: 38 sets
– of which wet tyres: 24 sets

Total amount of sets used: 363

– of which supersoft tyres: 22 sets
– of which soft tyres: 104 sets
– of which medium tyres: 119 sets
– of which hard tyres: 63 sets
– of which intermediate tyres: 34 sets
– of which wet tyres: 21 sets

Longest run: 19 laps on the hard compound

30 laps of the medium compound
19 laps on the soft compound
14 laps on the supersoft compound
47 laps on the intermediate compound
48 laps on the wet compound

Lowest / highest ambient temperature over four days: 6 °C (Day 4) / 18 °C (Day 3+4)
Lowest / highest track temperature over four days: 8 °C (Day 1+2+3) / 26 °C (Day 4)

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