DAMS with the Stars!

pierre et alex

The F1 line-up has counted both DAMS drivers today and the youngster have been sensational. Let’s review this Wednesday with Lotus in P1, the come-back of Pascal Wehrlein, McLaren’s good shape and the off-track of Raffaele Marciello…

Timesheets in Barcelona (testing day 2):

1- J. Palmer – Lotus – 1’26’’080 – 87 laps

2- P. Wehrlein – Mercedes – 1’26’’497 – 137

3- P. Gasly – RBR – 1’26’’683 – 75

4- J. Button – McLaren – 1’26’’727 – 100

5- A. Lynn – Williams – 1’26’’967 – 52

6- E. Ocon – SFI – 1’27’’520 – 94

7- E. Gutierrez – Ferrari – 1’27’’930 – 119

8- C. Sainz Jr – STR – 1’27’’997 – 126

9- R. Marciello – Sauber – 1’28’’829 – 75

Weather report: sunny, T. air: 17-31°C and T. track: 14-41°C

At the lunch break, Pascal Wehrlein, Jolyon Palmer and Jenson Button were in the trio ahead. There were some changes this afternoon. The Lotus driver won a position onto the supersoft tyres. http://lotusf1team.com/news-archive/adios/ Yesterday, Pascal Wehrlein was sick. The German stayed at the hotel and this morning, the doctor allowed him to run with Mercedes. http://www.mercedesamgf1.com/en/news/2015/2015-barcelona-test-3-wednesday-report/ Red Bull is right to believe in Pierre Gasly. The 19-years-old-young-man is a pure talent and he offered them an excellent third place (time signed onto the medium tyres). http://www.infiniti-redbullracing.com/article/gasly-gets-gas-barcelona McLaren found back its smile thanks to another productive day. http://www.mclaren.com/formula1/2015/testing/report-barcelona-test-three-day-two/ Williams worked with the Great Gasly’s team-mate, Alex Lynn. http://www.williamsf1.com/racing/news/barcelonat04day2 Sahara Force India tested Esteban Ocon, the new member of the Mercedes Junior Academy. Esteban Gutierrez finished the program started by Raffaele Marciello on Tuesday. Jean-Eric Vergne would have been very useful on track this week because he’s more experienced than both of Esteban and Raffaele. http://formula1.ferrari.com/en/mission-accomplished/ Carlos Sainz Jr replaced Pierre. http://www.scuderiatororosso.com/en_IT/article/barcelona-test-04-day-2 Regarding to Ferrari’s bad choice, he made an off-track at the turn 3 damaging the left front of the Sauber car. http://www.sauberf1team.com/saison/news/detailansicht/-/test-three-in-barcelona-day-two/

There is the gallery of the day: http://www.motorsport-total.com/f1/fotos/galerie/formel-1/grands-prix/2015/formel-1-test-barcelona/spanien/mittwoch/s1/c999/d2/p1/15f1test-bar

Let’s note that on tomorrow, Bernie Ecclestone and the F1 Strategy Group will talk about the 2017 regulation.

(credit pics: motorsport-magazin.com)

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