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 Post subject: 2010-11 Winter Testing
PostPosted: 25 Oct 2010, 09:21  
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Test 1 | Valencia - Ricardo Tormo Circuit | Feb 1st - 3rd

Tue 1 Feb
Ferrari - Alonso
Sauber - Kobayashi
Williams - Barrichello
Renault - Petrov

Wed 2 Feb
Sauber - Perez
Williams - Barrichello (AM), Maldonado (PM)
Renault - Kubica

Thu 3 Feb
Sauber - Perez
Williams - Maldonado
Renault - Kubica

Testing calendar:
February 1-3, 2011 Circuit Ricardo Tormo, Valencia, Spain
February 10-13, 2011 Jerez, Spain
February 18-21, 2011 Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain
March 3-6, 2011 Bahrain International Circuit, Bahrain

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PostPosted: 25 Oct 2010, 09:59  
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McLaren with Gary?

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 Post subject: Re: 2010-11 Winter Testing
PostPosted: 25 Oct 2010, 11:41  
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I hope that Bianchi can succeed Massa at Ferrari at some point in time.
It's nice to have a home grown driver, like McLaren did with Hamilton. It increases the passion the driver has for 'his' team and it makes sure that he enters F1 fully prepared.
Bianchi looked good in F3 last year, maybe he can get that cockpit next to Alonso some day.

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He's had a less-than-stellar GP2 season, though.

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 Post subject: Re: 2010-11 Winter Testing
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I think Ferrari will try and place Bianchi at Sauber before long.

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Dates confirmed:
1-3 February, Valencia
10-13 February, Jerez
18-21 February, Catalunya
3-6 de March, Bahrain

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PostPosted: 28 Oct 2010, 14:52  
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Any rumours on Mercedes' young driver at Abu Dhabi?

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Possibly di Resta & maybe Sam Bird

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 Post subject: Re: 2010-11 Winter Testing
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Any rumours on Mercedes' young driver at Abu Dhabi?

It's confirmed - Sam Bird will test for Merc in AD
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So now that the season is over, we have the young drivers testing on Tuesday & Wednesday this week, followed by the Pirelli tyre test on Friday & Saturday. Button and Hamilton will be absent - anyone think that could put them at a disadvantage

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phil1993 wrote:
So now that the season is over, we have the young drivers testing on Tuesday & Wednesday this week, followed by the Pirelli tyre test on Friday & Saturday. Button and Hamilton will be absent - anyone think that could put them at a disadvantage

Webber is absent as well, I don't think it's clever...

Will Vettel be driving with the number 1 car already? :p

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I don't know if they're allowed to change car numbers yet.

Webber is having surgery I think.

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I'm interested to see how they'll get on with the new Pirelli rubber. Will the young driver tests use the Pirellis or will they run out the rest of the Bridgestones?

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HRT: First Day: Pastor Maldonado. Second Day: Josef Kral and Davide Valsecchi.
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1. Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull 1m40.813s 46
2. Paul di Resta Force India 1m42.736s 28
3. Oliver Turvey McLaren 1m42.933s 47
4. Sam Bird Mercedes 1m43.201s 39
5. Jean-Eric Vergne Toro Rosso 1m43.392s 46
6. Esteban Gutierrez Sauber 1m43.410s 37
7. Mikhail Aleshin Renault 1m43.661s 39
8. Jules Bianchi Ferrari 1m43.894s 31
9. Dean Stoneman Williams 1m44.051s 32
10. Antonio Felix da Costa Force India 1m44.704s 20
11. Pastor Maldonado Hispania 1m46.278s 59
12. Rodolfo Gonzalez Lotus 1m46.910s 48
13. Rio Haryanto Virgin 1m49.439s 21

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