Ferrari had things in his own way in Barcelona – that is, while their former driver Daniil Kvyat did not jump in the fastest time of testing to put Toro Rosso at the top of the schedule on Day 3.
Efforts with just 15 minutes of day left To go, pipped to Kimi Raikkonen's long-time fastest day, which Finn set before lunch break in his Alfa Romeo. Raikkonen ended the second day, four-tenth of a second on Renault Daniel Ricciardo, who clocked off that comfortable his team's fastest lap lap testing so far with 1m 18.164s.
The fastest on Day 1 for Ferrari, Sebastian Vettel finished fourth for Ferrari, while 1
Williams fans, at the same time, were glad to see FW42 finally reach the track after a series of delays that saw they miss the first two days of running. After dining, George Russell succeeded in 23 rounds, having published the best hour of 1 million 25.625 seconds. having discovered a problem with the spark plug, which interrupted the work of Fit Fitti, and then Romain Grozhana. There was some good news for the team though, with Kevin Magnussen set to get back to the car on Thursday afternoon, the team having obviously found a way to solve the headrest issue that saw Dane forced to give up his cockpit Fittipaldi midway through Day 2.
3rd Test Day: Sainz comes out of gravel after rotation
World champions Mercedes have kept their low test levels since Hamilton and Bottas flew at the bottom of the schedule, which formerly admitted after having jumped out of his car that Ferrari's rivals look very, very strong, but that he does not bother them  So a welcome return for Danylo Kvyat, with Russian, returned to the net after being thrown out of a stable Red Bull in 2017 – placing a clear statement that he is still fast enough to blend him with the best in Formula 1 Nevertheless Let's see what time we get for The loss when teams are eager to set their own targets as the first week of pre-season testing is coming to an end.