Daniel Ricciardo, Toro Rosso, Jerez, 2012

Live: 2012 F1 testing day three ?σΤιΌΤΗ£ Jerez

F1 Fanatic LivePosted on | Author Keith Collantine

Daniel Ricciardo, Toro Rosso, Jerez, 2012
Daniel Ricciardo, Toro Rosso, Jerez, 2012

Join us to follow the third day of testing from Jerez on F1 Fanatic Live.

It’s all change on day three as several of the teams swap their drivers today. Lewis Hamilton will have his first run in the MP4/27, Sebastian Vettel will get acquainted with the RB8, and Fernando Alonso will check out the F2012.

Bruno Senna, Romain Grosjean, Nico Hulkenberg, Giedo van der Garde and Jean-Eric Vergne will also be among those driving today.

The test is due to start at 9am local time, which is 8am UK time. You can follow test on F1 Fanatic Live via the link below.

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13 comments on “Live: 2012 F1 testing day three ?σΤιΌΤΗ£ Jerez”

  1. Its a shame we can’t get more info as to how the teams feel the car is performing, what parts they are trying, and where they feel the car is at with each day of testing.

    1. There’s a reason for that – releasing that information would mean that all of the teams would know exactly what the others were doing and when, and turn testing into a semi-competitive event. That’s not what testing is about.

  2. Please be aware there is no live video feed from the test and there is no official live timing service.

    Do we often get requests for these?

      1. thats amazing…well done that man

  3. It’s all change on day three as several of the teams swap their drivers today. Lewis Hamilton will have his first run in the MP4/27, Sebastian Vettel will get acquainted with the RB8, and Fernando Alonso will check out the F2012.

    The big boys are coming out to play! :)

    1. And Hamilton too I see

  4. So MGP is running full 2011 spec car including EBD. They say they’re doing it to get exact back to back data on Pirelllis. Anyone else think it’s fishy?

    1. I was actually wondering why no one else had the idea to run two cars, the old and the new one to see if and how big the changes between the tyres are.

  5. big guns are out today 1

  6. DAY 1 TIMES 2011

    1. Felipe Massa Ferrari 1m20.709s
    2. Sergio Perez Sauber-Ferrari 1m21.483s + 0.774s
    3. Mark Webber Red Bull-Renault 1m21.522s + 0.813s
    4. Daniel Ricciardo Toro Rosso-Ferrari 1m21.755s + 1.046s
    5. Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes 1m21.914s 1.205s
    6. Jaime Alguersuari Toro Rosso-Ferrari 1m22.689s + 1.980s
    7. Adrian Sutil Force India-Mercedes 1m23.472s + 2.763s
    8. Vitaly Petrov Renault 1m23.504s + 2.795s
    9. Nico Rosberg Mercedes 1m23.963s + 3.254s
    10. Jarno Trulli Lotus-Renault 1m24.458s + 3.749s
    11. Timo Glock Virgin-Cosworth 1m25.086s + 4.377s
    12. Pastor Maldonado Williams-Cosworth 1m34.968s + 14.259s

    Day 2 2011

    1. Michael Schumacher Mercedes 1m20.352s 112 laps
    2. Felipe Massa Ferrari 1m20.413s + 0.061s 116 laps
    3. Jenson Button McLaren-Mercedes 1m21.009s + 0.657s 69 laps
    4. Jaime Alguersuari Toro Rosso-Ferrari 1m21.214s + 0.862s 72 laps
    5. Mark Webber Red Bull-Renault 1m21.613s + 1.261s 113 laps
    6. Adrian Sutil Force India-Mercedes 1m21.780s + 1.428s 73 laps
    7. Sergio Perez Sauber-Ferrari 1m21.857s + 1.505s 56 laps
    8. Timo Glock Virgin-Cosworth 1m22.208s + 1.856s 57 laps
    9. Vitaly Petrov Renault 1m22.493s + 2.141s 65 laps
    10. Pastor Maldonado Williams-Cosworth 1m22.591s + 2.239s 38 laps
    11. Jarno Trulli Lotus-Renault 1m23.216s + 2.864s 40 laps

    2012 we are much faster

  7. 1 8 ROSBERG P 1:17.613 – – 114 1:21.676
    2 10 GROSJEAN 1:18.419 0.806 0.806 100 1:23.660
    3 7 SCHUMACHER P 1:18.561 0.948 0.142 0
    4 2 WEBBER P 1:19.184 1.571 0.623 0
    5 1 VETTEL 1:19.297 1.684 0.113 75 1:24.827
    6 4 HAMILTON P 1:19.464 1.851 0.167 67 1:27.172
    7 16 RICCIARDO P 1:19.587 1.974 0.123 0
    8 17 VERGNE P 1:19.734 2.121 0.147 77 1:25.975
    9 15 PEREZ P 1:19.770 2.157 0.036 37 1:23.120
    10 36 BIANCHI P 1:20.221 2.608 0.451 2
    11 9 RAIKKONEN P 1:20.239 2.626 0.018 0
    12 11 DI RESTA P 1:20.272 2.659 0.033 0
    13 5 ALONSO P 1:20.412 2.799 0.140 52 1:39.165
    14 6 MASSA P 1:20.454 2.841 0.042 0
    15 3 BUTTON P 1:20.688 3.075 0.234 0
    16 18 MALDONADO P 1:21.197 3.584 0.509 0
    17 19 SENNA 1:21.293 3.680 0.096 100 1:25.430
    18 20 KOVALAINEN P 1:21.518 3.905 0.225 0
    19 22 DE LA ROSA P 1:22.128 4.515 0.610 0
    20 40 VAN DER GARDE P 1:23.324 5.711 1.196 70 1:26.755

    We are already at 1.17 :)

    1. It’s faster alright, but the 1:17 was done with an EBD equipped 2011 car… So it’s not really a good comparison.

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