F1 testing pictures: 19th February

Posted on Author Keith Collantine

Mark Webber has his third day in the Red Bull RB6
Mark Webber has his third day in the Red Bull RB6

Fairer weather greeted the teams at Jerez today and the drivers have been able to complete more running in dry conditions. See below for pictures of the cars in action.

More to follow

Images (C) Ferrari spa, Force India F1 Team, Red Bull / Getty Images

27 comments on “F1 testing pictures: 19th February”

  1. Keith….I really appreciate the photo connection to the test sessions. They add another level of identification with what is going on, but I have a question.

    Are you doing some (all…none)of the photography yourself? I have done racing photos (small business) and continue in sports photography today; so I would be interested in details concerning the photography…if it is being done by you or someone who could comment.

    In any case, you have added a nice element to your site, and I’m very glad to see you attending events in person. Keep up the great work.

    1. Keith only took the pictures of the test he attended. All other pictures are from the team sites or sites that sell those pictures. Below the pictures Keith always gives credit to the source. The ones he took were copyrighted as “F1Fanatic”.

  2. worried about Merc,

    everyday, redbull or mclaren or ferrari is ahead of them…..

    the guys who built the terrible bar and honda cars….. have built this car…

    remember, the 2008 car was soo bad, they gave up on it almost immediately and started the 2009 car… ,,, and then had the DDD working the best out of everything,

    but during 2009, mclaren completely outdeveloped these guys…

    now its 2010, and i think without them hiring new top guys, they’re in trouble

    1. Interesting point, the BAR cars really weren’t bad though. In ’04 they had the second best car and ’06 as Honda was pretty good, they just had two terrible years after that.

    2. I´m getting that impression, too: Merc is maybe the fourth best car! Testing isn´t a valid way of measuring where all the teams are, but I´m also perceiving that the other three teams are better… let´s hope they´re not!

  3. Brawn and Schumacher are both sand-baggers from way back and they do go way back. Lets see when the red lights go off and the red mist descends – at Bahrain.

  4. Keith, could you look into getting McLaren pictures? Your current photographer seems to have a phobia of them! Must be scared of how they are going to dominate :-D

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