Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull, Jerez, 2012

Jerez test day three in pictures

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Pictures from the third day of testing at Jerez on Thursday.

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Images ?? Ferrari spa/Ercole Colombo, Williams/LAT, Getty Images/Red Bull, Force India/Sutton, Sauber F1 Team, Lotus F1 Team, Motioncompany

37 comments on “Jerez test day three in pictures”

        1. Its the same all the time for some reason. I have been saying in my head for maybe 2 seasons now about the lack of McLaren pics. If they win its grand but any other time there not too many

    1. First of all, when it says “More pictures will be added here” (as it does at the moment) that means, surprisingly enough, that there are more pictures on the way and they will be added.

      There were some pictures of the McLaren in yesterday’s gallery:

      Jerez test day two in 100 pictures

      Obviously I can only publish images I have permission to use. If I am able to obtain any of the McLaren I will of course add them.

      1. @BBT It’s a bit different. Here we have the pipe itself finishing further into the body work. Using bodywork to direct the flow of air is, as @Matt said controversial.

        I’m fairly sure, if this is there solution that they will have to fight the rulebook if they want to keep it.

        1. @Mike To be honest I can’t spot the difference (although I can find Mondays picture now to compare). Looks like the same angle and body work channel to me, the one I commented on Monday. I think it a clever idea, wonder if it will get banned. Scarbs reckons in might break the rules, I’m not so sure is does, but I know nothing ;-)

          1. @BBT I know nothing either, I just like to talk out of my….. big head?

            err… right….. Well, I thought originally that the pipe ended flat with the bodywork. But because it’s cut out it shows that the bodywork extends beyond the exhaust exit. Using the bodywork to direct the exhaust is illegal… Or at least I think it is. So I’m not sure what exactly is going on.

      1. Maybe he will if he did not stop at 10years old after his uncle passed and only started to race at 20. Imagine the possibilities, if he continues racing in his teenage years like Vettel, Hamilton etc. Since fate is such, lets Bruno be Bruno and not Ayrton.

        1. Couldn’t agree more. I have to commend him for dealing with the constant comparisons for so many years with such a good attitude. I’m not sure I’d be so patient in his shoes.

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