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F1 Testing has been up for couple of days now and it’s been amazing Formula 1 Testing in Barcelona.
Clearly now, After an intriguing first week in Barcelona, Formula 1 teams now have just four more days of pre-season testing before the 2019 championship officially begins.
Therefore, The second and final test starts on Tuesday, and should provide a more accurate glimpse at the early pecking order heading into the season-opening Australian GP on March 14.
And of course, the Test One offered sunshine and fair temperatures throughout the first four days
allowing teams to test performance over longer race runs more than ever before in Barcelona – with a combined total of more than 4,000 laps completed.
But as ever in testing, fuel loads, as well as how much the engine is ‘turned up’, is not known. As Ferrari’s new recruit Charles Leclerc explained: “They are probably not pushing and we are not either.”
And that is what makes the final week so fascinating. Will Mercedes and Red Bull, thought to be neck and neck after the first week, reveal their pace cards?
In Mercedes’ case, the world champions ran longer than anyone last week and appear to have another bulletproof challenger on their hands
Neither Lewis Hamilton or Valtteri Bottas publicly reported any problems – and their focus will now be on unlocking the “potential” of the W10 in Test Two.
“I feel a bit of excitement in the team to discover more about the car and really try to improve it as it doesn’t look like we’re miles ahead of everyone,” added Bottas. “I think it motivates us.”
Judging the midfield on lap times alone is tricky considering how closely-matched teams from fourth to ninth seem to be
And how some posted quick times on the softest available tyre while others didn’t use the compound at all.
And Definitely there are still conclusions to be made from the first week, and questions to be asked ahead of the second.
The fact that Renault, Toro Rosso and Alfa Romeo’s emergence at the top of the fastest lap charts is testament to their strong work over the winter
However, the paddock has been unanimous in its verdict on who the team to beat is so far.
And also, Ferrari have stormed out of the blocks, arriving with a well-balanced and aesthetically pleasing SF90 that Sky F1’s Karun Chandhok noted “doesn’t look to have a weakness”.
Obviously, The Scuderia “blitzed” the opening four days, added expert analyst Mark Hughes, who predicted that the team so desperate to end their title drought in 2019 “have got maybe four or five tenths over the rest.”