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Sauber F1 Team – Test in Barcelona , Day four


Sauber F1 Team

Press release
Test in Barcelona – Day four
Barcelona, 21st February 2011 – On the final day of testing in Barcelona Sergio Pérez completed 74 laps at the wheel of the Sauber C30-Ferrari in dry conditions. His main focus was working on the set up of the car.

Circuit
Barcelona / 4.655 km
Driver
Sergio Pérez (MX)
Weather
Sunny and dry, air 6 -16°C, track 7 – 21°C
Chassis / engine
C30.02 / Ferrari 056
Mileage today
74 laps
Fastest lap
1:24.515 min (in the afternoon)
James Key
(Technical Director)
“It was the final day of quite a long test in Barcelona. It’s always good to use this track as a reference. You get a far better idea about what your car is doing and where its strong and weak points are. Today we spent most of the time working on the set-up of the car, and we tried some new test items. We have to look at the data, but certainly we found some new directions. We also found some useful directions with the different compounds of tyres between the start in the morning, which was cold, and the afternoon when it was quite warm. The temperatures, the set up and the tyre compound are all very closely linked. There’s a lot of factors to consider, and we were able to learn more about all of them. Now we head off to the next test where we will introduce onto the car the first part of the update for the start of the season.”
Sergio Pérez:
“It was another positive day. I learnt a lot, in particular about the tyres. They kept changing, but now we have the final spec for the beginning of the season, so it was good I was able to run them today to learn how to maximise their potential. We did a lot of work over the two days, so I’m quite happy.”
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Sergio – C30 – Barcelona
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credit : Sauber F1 team

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