Barcelona test statistics

These are the fastest combined times from the Barcelona F1 test for each driver.

Also below is the data on the total amount of distance covered by each driver, team and engine in the tests.

Best times from the Barcelona test

Times from all four days combined.

Driver Car Best time Difference
Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes MP4-25 80.472 0
Mark Webber Red Bull-Renault RB6 80.496 0.024
Felipe Massa Ferrari F10 80.539 0.067
Nico H?â??lkenberg Williams-Cosworth FW32 80.614 0.142
Fernando Alonso Ferrari F10 80.637 0.165
Adrian Sutil Force India-Mercedes VJM03 80.667 0.195
Sebastian Vettel Red Bull-Renault RB6 80.667 0.195
Nico Rosberg Mercedes W01 80.686 0.214
Michael Schumacher Mercedes W01 80.745 0.273
Rubens Barrichello Williams-Cosworth FW32 80.87 0.398
Kamui Kobayashi BMW Sauber-Ferrari C29 80.911 0.439
Pedro de la Rosa BMW Sauber-Ferrari C29 80.973 0.501
Vitantonio Liuzzi Force India-Mercedes VJM03 81.056 0.584
Sebastien Buemi Toro Rosso-Ferrari STR5 81.413 0.941
Jenson Button McLaren-Mercedes MP4-25 81.45 0.978
Jaime Alguersuari Toro Rosso-Ferrari STR5 81.571 1.099
Vitaly Petrov Renault R30 82.523 2.051
Robert Kubica Renault R30 83.175 2.703
Jarno Trulli Lotus-Cosworth T127 85.059 4.587
Heikki Kovalainen Lotus-Cosworth T127 85.251 4.779
Timo Glock Virgin-Cosworth VR-01 85.942 5.47
Lucas di Grassi Virgin-Cosworth VR-01 86.16 5.688
Fairuz Fauzy Lotus-Cosworth T127 88.002 7.53

Distance covered at all tests in 2010

Data from three days at Valencia, eight at Jerez and four at Barcelona (not counting private tests):

Driver Total laps Total distance (km)
Felipe Massa 851 3724.613
Fernando Alonso 821 3628.883
Rubens Barrichello 779 3416.536
Nico H?â??lkenberg 766 3379.41
Jaime Alguersuari 745 3306.634
Robert Kubica 753 3291.08
Michael Schumacher 728 3219.194
Nico Rosberg 704 3103.823
Sebastien Buemi 660 2913.643
Jenson Button 647 2876.765
Lewis Hamilton 645 2861.905
Sebastian Vettel 570 2581.164
Pedro de la Rosa 578 2536.691
Kamui Kobayashi 571 2526.824
Mark Webber 521 2345.578
Vitaly Petrov 422 1868.898
Vitantonio Liuzzi 409 1846.01
Adrian Sutil 390 1763.467
Jarno Trulli 313 1425.008
Timo Glock 204 922.153
Lucas di Grassi 185 837.34
Heikki Kovalainen 162 731.864
Fairuz Fauzy 152 690.308
Paul di Resta 107 473.796
Gary Paffett 86 344.43
Model Total laps Total distance (km)
F10 1672 7353.496
FW32 1545 6795.946
W01 1432 6323.017
STR5 1405 6220.277
MP4-25 1378 6083.1
R30 1175 5159.978
C29 1149 5063.515
RB6 1091 4926.742
VJM03 906 4083.273
T127 627 2847.18
VR-01 389 1759.493
Engine Total laps Total distance (km)
Ferrari 4226 18637.288
Mercedes 3716 16489.39
Cosworth 2561 11402.619
Renault 2266 10086.72

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30 comments on Barcelona test statistics

  1. Gerdoner said on 28th February 2010, 16:35

    Good to see not everybody has lost their humor in F1… well, some teams did (and that’s coming from a German :P )
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VPqm7RjgtVY

    (dunno if it was posted before, but I thought it would fit to a Barcelona topic ;) )

  2. why didn’t most teams cover as much mileage as Ferrari?

    • not every team is present from the very first test, ferrari is. many teams had technical problems or were left without spare parts for a whole day, and finally, in the lately rainy conditions you can’t cover that many kilometers as you can in dry.

    • sato113 said on 28th February 2010, 17:21

      because some teams didn’t feel the need to.

      • Maybe you´re right. Schumacher gave us some clue about the way Ferrari operates regard testing mileage:

        I don’t think it is necessary to do as we [Ferrari] did in 2005, almost 100,000km of testing, which by the way didn’t bring us almost anything.

        Here I don’t know how many we have done, five maybe 10,000km, we have achieved much more.

  3. i think Sutil should be 80.611

  4. Mac v2 said on 28th February 2010, 18:23

    The rumor is RedBull, and bit less, Mclaren heat up the tires faster, getting better one-two lap quali stints, while Ferrari, Sauber and Mercedes have much better tire economy.

  5. Keith, you have same time for Sutil and Vettel. However Sutil did better:

    http://f1news.cz/pictures/photo/2010/02/28/1267381212-hdd.png

  6. I am preparing own article + stats, got to get through about 3500 lap times recorded. I’ll try to post a link, hope it’ll be till tomorrow ;)

  7. Stefan said on 28th February 2010, 18:42

    @ Mac v2

    So it’s McLaren or Red Bull on pole position and Ferrari, Sauber or Mercedes for the victory? ;-)

    Pitstop tactics like Bahrain 2006, that was really close although Massa almost rammed Alonso.

  8. Still a little concerned about Jenson’s gap to Lewis, but weather has been variable and McLaren ran with an upgrade on the car with Lewis on the Sunday, so perhaps not such a great concern – until we see them ontrack in the same conditions, all is just speculation and not helpful.

    The top four teams seem to be pretty much what we expected I think, Ferrari, McLaren, Red Bull and Mercedes. Sutil did a good job putting the FI up there amongst the top dogs. He rather shone last year too. Would be nice to see some silverware heading their way this year.

    Rubens will either be relishing the challenge that young Nico H will obviously be providing, or be down wondering whether he has once more found himself eclipsed in his seat by a faster racer. Early days, but will be an interesting one to watch. Rubens’ drive in 2011 may swing on this one’s outcome.

    Not expecting USF1 to show and with the light dimming on StefanF1’s chance of a last-minute license Lotus and Virgin will be enjoying their own private battle this season. Although this will prove a humourous aside, I hope their relative pace doesn’t impact the title chase, none the less, great to see the grid swelled.

    • Ned Flanders said on 28th February 2010, 20:29

      Don’t forget Campos, I think they’ll make it to Bahrain with Kolles in charge. And I won’t give up hope of Stefan GP making it just yet, I think they might end up doing a deal with USF1 for their entry.

  9. Lotus and Virgin are quite a long way back……
    oh dear…..

  10. Stefan said on 28th February 2010, 18:59

    @ Salty

    Don’t worry, the gap between them was much bigger at Jerez 2.

    01 Jenson Button (McLaren-Mercedes MP4-25) 1:18.871 (209 laps)
    14 Lewis Hamilton (McLaren-Mercedes MP4-25) 1:23.017, + 4.146 (129 laps)

    Btw, I think we’ll have to watch Williams and Force India, not only ‘the big four’. I haven’t forgot Force India at Spa-Francorchamps 2009. And Williams has done alots of testing again and have a experienced driver together with a rookie and they’re at the top in the timesheet.

    Having said that, Sauber surprises me a little might be fighting for points this year. While Toro Rosso is abit behind if you’d ask me. Than the biggest (but slightly expected?) fall, Renault, the car looks like their 2009 R29 and that wasn’t a victorious car.

    Title contenders
    McLaren, Red Bull, Ferrari

    Future GP winners
    Mercedes

    Outsiders
    Williams, Force India

    Pointfighters (8th, 9th, 10th)
    Sauber BMW, Toro Rosso, Renault

    Blue flagged
    Lotus
    Virgin

    • Good synopsis. Hoping to see good pushing from Williams and FI this year. A lot has been written about the top four teams driver line-ups, but Barrichello and Hulk could prove to be an excellent pairing providing Rubens chin doesn’t drop.

      I still think Sutil is an underated driver, but with the team apparently pushing forward, maybe he is in the right seat.

      If things don’t pan out for Renault this year, would like to see Kubica in a more worthy drive soon. Suspect Liuzzi and Rubens rides might be in his sights before year-end.

      Ah but listen to me, gone all silly season before the first green light of the season.

      It’s gonna be a classic season. Some massive egos, in both team and driver line-up. Two weeks left – woohoo!

  11. Skanda said on 28th February 2010, 19:04

    Thanks Keith for the consolidated laptimes for Barcelona.

    I was looking to see how the teammates stacked during the tests:

    Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes MP4-25 80.472 0
    Jenson Button McLaren-Mercedes MP4-25 81.45 0.978

    @Winner = Hamilton

    Mark Webber Red Bull-Renault RB6 80.496 0.024
    Sebastian Vettel Red Bull-Renault RB6 80.667 0.195

    @Winner = Webber

    Felipe Massa Ferrari F10 80.539 0.067
    Fernando Alonso Ferrari F10 80.637 0.165

    @Winner = Massa

    Nico Rosberg Mercedes W01 80.686 0.214
    Michael Schumacher Mercedes W01 80.745 0.273

    @Winner = Rosberg

    Nico HĂĽlkenberg Williams-Cosworth FW32 80.614 0.142
    Rubens Barrichello Williams-Cosworth FW32 80.87 0.398

    @Winner : Hulk

    Interesting comparison, despite the fact it doesnt provide a comprehensive way to compare the drivers as they were running on different days under different conditions (except for Webber and Vettel today though)and could have been implementing different test programmes.

    • “winner” rofl…
      won what a chance to test with a more rubbered in track or a chance to run a different test on a different program.

      Thanks God testing is over…we wont have to read another one of these post till next year.

  12. Stefan said on 28th February 2010, 19:12

    @ Skanda

    Webber was driving in the afternoon, that must clarify the difference. :D

    Seriously, I think Vettel and Webber could become a great fight, Mark will be a challenge for Vettel. Hopefully the same goes for McLaren, not sure if Hamilton is #1 over there. And of course, I really hope Rosberg will get a chance at Mercedes and doesn’t end up as the new Barrichello.

  13. manatcna said on 1st March 2010, 1:06

    Two weeks…..

  14. wasiF1 said on 1st March 2010, 1:29

    15,000 km is the maximum each team can test & they have done only half of that.
    If they wish can they test anymore before the start of the season?

    Really worried about Virgin & Lotus, I wonder whether they will come anywhere near to a point finish until many cars collapse in front of them.

  15. Madman said on 1st March 2010, 4:59

    hi all
    i have this curious doubt
    did ever force india cause a red flag during the all three testings that they attended…..

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