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Test lineup for Test 2:

Wednesday, February 26
Alfa Romeo: Robert Kubica (morning), Kimi Raikkonen (afternoon)
AlphaTauri: Pierre Gasly (morning), Daniil Kvyat (afternoon)
Ferrari: Sebastian Vettel (morning), Charles Leclerc (afternoon)
Haas: Romain Grosjean
McLaren: Carlos Sainz (morning), Lando Norris (afternoon)
Mercedes: TBC
Racing Point: Lance Stroll (morning), Sergio Perez (afternoon)
Red Bull: Alexander Albon (morning), Max Verstappen (afternoon)
Renault: Daniel Ricciardo (morning), Esteban Ocon (afternoon)
Williams: Nicholas Latifi (morning), George Russell (afternoon)

Thursday, February 27
Alfa Romeo: Antonio Giovinazzi
AlphaTauri: Pierre Gasly
Ferrari: Sebastian Vettel
Haas: Kevin Magnussen
McLaren: Lando Norris
Mercedes: TBC
Racing Point: Lance Stroll
Red Bull: Max Verstappen (morning), Alexander Albon (afternoon)
Renault: Esteban Ocon (morning), Daniel Ricciardo (afternoon)
Williams: Nicholas Latifi

Friday, February 28
Alfa Romeo: Kimi Raikkonen
AlphaTauri: Daniil Kvyat
Ferrari: Charles Leclerc
Haas: Kevin Magnussen (morning), Romain Grosjean (afternoon)
McLaren: Carlos Sainz
Mercedes: TBC
Racing Point: Sergio Perez
Red Bull: Alexander Albon (morning), Max Verstappen (afternoon)
Renault: Daniel Ricciardo (morning), Esteban Ocon (afternoon)
Williams: George Russell

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This test we should see faster times. I'm sure the teams will want to see how fast they can be too. Reliability was the main focus in the 1st test but speed & setup should be the aim here.

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19 drivers for tomorrow. :thumbup: Quite a lot. Robert Kubica is the only reserve driver who participates in pre-season tests. The rest is full-time drivers.

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19 drivers for tomorrow. :thumbup: Quite a lot. Robert Kubica is the only reserve driver who participates in pre-season tests. The rest is full-time drivers.


Orlem is not paying so much money in sponsorship for nothing. Kubica is happier at Alfa Romeo too.

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19 drivers for tomorrow. :thumbup: Quite a lot. Robert Kubica is the only reserve driver who participates in pre-season tests. The rest is full-time drivers.


Orlem is not paying so much money in sponsorship for nothing. Kubica is happier at Alfa Romeo too.

You're absolutely right. We all know that. Orlen (not Orlem) :)

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Wonder if Ferrari will have a proper "GO" for a flying lap.


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The first day of 2nd test can be followed here:
https://www.gptoday.net/en/live/f1/254340/live-updates-follow-the-first-day-of-the-second-test-in-2020

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Kubica fastest by eight tenths. Can Kimi and Giovanazzi make the most of that car and bring a long awaited championship to Italy?


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Kubica fastest by eight tenths. Can Kimi and Giovanazzi make the most of that car and bring a long awaited championship to Italy?


Giovinazzi definately can do that! Going to the bookie...xD


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Kubica fastest by eight tenths. Can Kimi and Giovanazzi make the most of that car and bring a long awaited championship to Italy?


They have to beat Stroll, first...

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Wahaaay just seen vettel has already spun yesterday, Picking up where he left off


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Multiple drivers spinning on 1st day of 2nd test. There were quite a few offs today as well. Apparently it was too cold for tyres.
Also little surprised by lack of enthusiasm amongst F1 fans about this whole testing. This year I am seeing considerably less interaction even on social media. Last year the twitter was absolutely going mad with shots of every little new component the lenses managed to grab at the circuit.
Seeing almost next to nothing of that this year. Whatever little info and pics coming out are seeing very little to no interaction. :?: :uhoh:


P.S. Even pf1 forums are so silent.


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Multiple drivers spinning on 1st day of 2nd test. There were quite a few offs today as well. Apparently it was too cold for tyres.
Also little surprised by lack of enthusiasm amongst F1 fans about this whole testing. This year I am seeing considerably less interaction even on social media. Last year the twitter was absolutely going mad with shots of every little new component the lenses managed to grab at the circuit.
Seeing almost next to nothing of that this year. Whatever little info and pics coming out are seeing very little to no interaction. :?: :uhoh:


P.S. Even pf1 forums are so silent.


Could it be because Mercedes seem to have shown they will dominate 2020 already?


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funkymonkey wrote:
Multiple drivers spinning on 1st day of 2nd test. There were quite a few offs today as well. Apparently it was too cold for tyres.
Also little surprised by lack of enthusiasm amongst F1 fans about this whole testing. This year I am seeing considerably less interaction even on social media. Last year the twitter was absolutely going mad with shots of every little new component the lenses managed to grab at the circuit.
Seeing almost next to nothing of that this year. Whatever little info and pics coming out are seeing very little to no interaction. :?: :uhoh:


P.S. Even pf1 forums are so silent.


Could it be because Mercedes seem to have shown they will dominate 2020 already?


Have they though? Theyve shown the DAS. Its benefit in terms of its impact on the overall package is yet to be seen. A lot of sources are pointing towards Red Bull being fairly competitive out of the box as well.

It's only testing. A resurgent Ferrari in recent years has fuelled excitement for what was to come.. and the paddock was awash with excitement that Ferrari had finally developed the quickest car last year.. this year expectations were pummeled a little with all the media hype over the DAS.

Stable regs and a massive shift next year means most teams cars will be fairly stable.


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M44 wrote:
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funkymonkey wrote:
Multiple drivers spinning on 1st day of 2nd test. There were quite a few offs today as well. Apparently it was too cold for tyres.
Also little surprised by lack of enthusiasm amongst F1 fans about this whole testing. This year I am seeing considerably less interaction even on social media. Last year the twitter was absolutely going mad with shots of every little new component the lenses managed to grab at the circuit.
Seeing almost next to nothing of that this year. Whatever little info and pics coming out are seeing very little to no interaction. :?: :uhoh:


P.S. Even pf1 forums are so silent.


Could it be because Mercedes seem to have shown they will dominate 2020 already?


Have they though? Theyve shown the DAS. Its benefit in terms of its impact on the overall package is yet to be seen. A lot of sources are pointing towards Red Bull being fairly competitive out of the box as well.

It's only testing. A resurgent Ferrari in recent years has fuelled excitement for what was to come.. and the paddock was awash with excitement that Ferrari had finally developed the quickest car last year.. this year expectations were pummeled a little with all the media hype over the DAS.

Stable regs and a massive shift next year means most teams cars will be fairly stable.

Who are you trying to kid, they win the double again.


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Day 2:

https://www.gptoday.net/en/live/f1/254367/live-updates-follow-the-second-day-of-the-second-test-in-2020

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Altair wrote:
M44 wrote:
tim3003 wrote:
funkymonkey wrote:
Multiple drivers spinning on 1st day of 2nd test. There were quite a few offs today as well. Apparently it was too cold for tyres.
Also little surprised by lack of enthusiasm amongst F1 fans about this whole testing. This year I am seeing considerably less interaction even on social media. Last year the twitter was absolutely going mad with shots of every little new component the lenses managed to grab at the circuit.
Seeing almost next to nothing of that this year. Whatever little info and pics coming out are seeing very little to no interaction. :?: :uhoh:


P.S. Even pf1 forums are so silent.


Could it be because Mercedes seem to have shown they will dominate 2020 already?


Have they though? Theyve shown the DAS. Its benefit in terms of its impact on the overall package is yet to be seen. A lot of sources are pointing towards Red Bull being fairly competitive out of the box as well.

It's only testing. A resurgent Ferrari in recent years has fuelled excitement for what was to come.. and the paddock was awash with excitement that Ferrari had finally developed the quickest car last year.. this year expectations were pummeled a little with all the media hype over the DAS.

Stable regs and a massive shift next year means most teams cars will be fairly stable.

Who are you trying to kid, they win the double again.


My gut tells me Red Bull will be close.. or is that hope?


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Come on guys, look at the times it's pretty clear Alfa Romeo are about to end their near 70 year drought.


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M44 wrote:
Altair wrote:
M44 wrote:
tim3003 wrote:
funkymonkey wrote:
Multiple drivers spinning on 1st day of 2nd test. There were quite a few offs today as well. Apparently it was too cold for tyres.
Also little surprised by lack of enthusiasm amongst F1 fans about this whole testing. This year I am seeing considerably less interaction even on social media. Last year the twitter was absolutely going mad with shots of every little new component the lenses managed to grab at the circuit.
Seeing almost next to nothing of that this year. Whatever little info and pics coming out are seeing very little to no interaction. :?: :uhoh:


P.S. Even pf1 forums are so silent.


Could it be because Mercedes seem to have shown they will dominate 2020 already?


Have they though? Theyve shown the DAS. Its benefit in terms of its impact on the overall package is yet to be seen. A lot of sources are pointing towards Red Bull being fairly competitive out of the box as well.

It's only testing. A resurgent Ferrari in recent years has fuelled excitement for what was to come.. and the paddock was awash with excitement that Ferrari had finally developed the quickest car last year.. this year expectations were pummeled a little with all the media hype over the DAS.

Stable regs and a massive shift next year means most teams cars will be fairly stable.

Who are you trying to kid, they win the double again.


My gut tells me Red Bull will be close.. or is that hope?


Maybe closer than last year, but 2020 is still a Merc year. Nothing in my view has shown that the others have caught up with Merc, not after 4 days of testing. If nothing else, Mercedes brought out a new weapon. Even without the DAS they'd be a 80-90% bet for the WDC/WCC in my view. I do hope I'll eat my hat and we do get an exciting season with a different WDC/WCC, but it is more of wishful thinking at this point.


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Come on guys, look at the times it's pretty clear Alfa Romeo are about to end their near 70 year drought.

Amen brother!


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M44 wrote:
Altair wrote:
M44 wrote:
tim3003 wrote:
funkymonkey wrote:
Multiple drivers spinning on 1st day of 2nd test. There were quite a few offs today as well. Apparently it was too cold for tyres.
Also little surprised by lack of enthusiasm amongst F1 fans about this whole testing. This year I am seeing considerably less interaction even on social media. Last year the twitter was absolutely going mad with shots of every little new component the lenses managed to grab at the circuit.
Seeing almost next to nothing of that this year. Whatever little info and pics coming out are seeing very little to no interaction. :?: :uhoh:


P.S. Even pf1 forums are so silent.


Could it be because Mercedes seem to have shown they will dominate 2020 already?


Have they though? Theyve shown the DAS. Its benefit in terms of its impact on the overall package is yet to be seen. A lot of sources are pointing towards Red Bull being fairly competitive out of the box as well.

It's only testing. A resurgent Ferrari in recent years has fuelled excitement for what was to come.. and the paddock was awash with excitement that Ferrari had finally developed the quickest car last year.. this year expectations were pummeled a little with all the media hype over the DAS.

Stable regs and a massive shift next year means most teams cars will be fairly stable.

Who are you trying to kid, they win the double again.


My gut tells me Red Bull will be close.. or is that hope?


I wouldn’t be hugely surprised but also wouldn’t be surprised to see them half a second down for the first half of the season.


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Another red flag - Verstappen in the gravel at T5.


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Another red flag - Verstappen in the gravel at T5.


He seems to be enjoying spinning in testing so far, that’s quite a few for him


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If that is Stroll's time on C3 tyre, then it's damn impressive.

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That turn 5 has caught out a lot of drivers today


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Vettel has done a 16.8 on the C5s. Bottas did a 15.7 on Friday.


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Vettel has done a 16.8 on the C5s. Bottas did a 15.7 on Friday.


Colder track, unknown fuel, laps, etc. I.e. don't look too much into it


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Altair wrote:
M44 wrote:
tim3003 wrote:
funkymonkey wrote:
Multiple drivers spinning on 1st day of 2nd test. There were quite a few offs today as well. Apparently it was too cold for tyres.
Also little surprised by lack of enthusiasm amongst F1 fans about this whole testing. This year I am seeing considerably less interaction even on social media. Last year the twitter was absolutely going mad with shots of every little new component the lenses managed to grab at the circuit.
Seeing almost next to nothing of that this year. Whatever little info and pics coming out are seeing very little to no interaction. :?: :uhoh:


P.S. Even pf1 forums are so silent.


Could it be because Mercedes seem to have shown they will dominate 2020 already?


Have they though? Theyve shown the DAS. Its benefit in terms of its impact on the overall package is yet to be seen. A lot of sources are pointing towards Red Bull being fairly competitive out of the box as well.

It's only testing. A resurgent Ferrari in recent years has fuelled excitement for what was to come.. and the paddock was awash with excitement that Ferrari had finally developed the quickest car last year.. this year expectations were pummeled a little with all the media hype over the DAS.

Stable regs and a massive shift next year means most teams cars will be fairly stable.

Who are you trying to kid, they win the double again.

Mercedes engine reliability issues are not a concern then?

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pokerman wrote:
Altair wrote:
M44 wrote:
tim3003 wrote:
funkymonkey wrote:
Multiple drivers spinning on 1st day of 2nd test. There were quite a few offs today as well. Apparently it was too cold for tyres.
Also little surprised by lack of enthusiasm amongst F1 fans about this whole testing. This year I am seeing considerably less interaction even on social media. Last year the twitter was absolutely going mad with shots of every little new component the lenses managed to grab at the circuit.
Seeing almost next to nothing of that this year. Whatever little info and pics coming out are seeing very little to no interaction. :?: :uhoh:


P.S. Even pf1 forums are so silent.


Could it be because Mercedes seem to have shown they will dominate 2020 already?


Have they though? Theyve shown the DAS. Its benefit in terms of its impact on the overall package is yet to be seen. A lot of sources are pointing towards Red Bull being fairly competitive out of the box as well.

It's only testing. A resurgent Ferrari in recent years has fuelled excitement for what was to come.. and the paddock was awash with excitement that Ferrari had finally developed the quickest car last year.. this year expectations were pummeled a little with all the media hype over the DAS.

Stable regs and a massive shift next year means most teams cars will be fairly stable.

Who are you trying to kid, they win the double again.

Mercedes engine reliability issues are not a concern then?

Do they have any real reliability issues?? Apart from little hick ups that they iron out, just like everyone else


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Do they have any real reliability issues?? Apart from little hick ups that they iron out, just like everyone else


https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/14845 ... on-testing

Seems to be a few issues.


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M44 wrote:
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Do they have any real reliability issues?? Apart from little hick ups that they iron out, just like everyone else


https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/14845 ... on-testing

Seems to be a few issues.


Mercedes have suffered less in the last few years than their customer teams when it comes to engine reliability I think, I doubt they’ll be overly concerned.


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Do they have any real reliability issues?? Apart from little hick ups that they iron out, just like everyone else


https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/14845 ... on-testing

Seems to be a few issues.

Wasn't one of these a oil leak?


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Certainly just teething issues or perhaps installation problems.. I think Mercedes had an issue last Thursday or Friday? Seems to be nothing major, bar whatever happened in the Williams last week.


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Bottas had to curtail his last run 15 mins before the end of the morning session with some kind of engine problem, over 2 hours later the car is still in the garage.

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Hamilton has stopped on track. Now Mercedes suffering from engine issues?

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Hamilton has stopped on track. Now Mercedes suffering from engine issues?

In the garage for over 2 hours, then fails again after 30 mins, it's somewhat concerning with just 1 day of testing left.

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Mercedes say it was an oil pressure related issue which shut down the engine as a precautionary measure.. todays testing over.

Lots of oil related issues.


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Mercedes say it was an oil pressure related issue which shut down the engine as a precautionary measure.. todays testing over.

Lots of oil related issues.

Well you would get an oil pressure issue soon after an engine failure.

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Williams already lapping 2-3 secs faster than in qualifying in 2019 is quite nice - They will still be probably dead last but maybe the gap will not be that embarrassing


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Mercedes say it was an oil pressure related issue which shut down the engine as a precautionary measure.. todays testing over.

Lots of oil related issues.

Well you would get an oil pressure issue soon after an engine failure.

The engine didn't fail.

The oil pressure issue shut the engine down as a precautionary measure.


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