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Renault shines, but the expected pace-setters are holding back



Nico Hulkenberg's late flight on the C5 line brought Renault to the first place when the French mark finished the first and third in the last day of the first test. The peak of the time screens in the morning session – narrowly ahead of the second Renault Daniel Ricciardo – but the Hulkenberg sprint on the fastest available bus put Renault at P1 with the fastest test time, 1m17.393. The first few days of focusing on race simulations and avoiding any attempt to set any quick times for any tire than Mercedes C3, Mercedes has finally started to go to the top of the hot spots. after the program, which provided for a gradual increase in pace, the culmination of which included the use of tire C4.

His best lap 1

: 17,977 was slightly less than ten times faster than Charles Leckler's best time of the morning, with a Ferrari man signing up every time on the C3-graded tires.

With Bottas captivating in the afternoon, Mercedes looked to run such a program, and Finn was presented with the C5 Tire kit, with which he broke Hamilton's time at 0.022 seconds, eventually finishing fourth, but with many suspects, that they kept much more.

"It was pretty cold in the morning, which meant it was a bit more complicated with tires for everyone," said Hamilton.

"In general, the car was feeling better today and going together. Nevertheless, we still have to continue digging deeply , analyzing the data and the changes we make.

"We must continue to push, the competition looks very much."

The reason for McLaren and Sauber Red flags

McLaren had his first failure of pre-season testing , when Lando Norris was gravelly trapped in the first moments of the day.

Brie The dance did not particularly insist when the car ran to the exit from the corner and slipped through the gravel traps, sticking to his car.

The team lost an hour to run, but no further failures meant that they could accumulate 132 rounds of data, setting the seventh

Antonio Giovinazzi had a very busy day.Alfa Romeo man clearly put forward and had a couple of minor off-marks moments early on, but managed to complete 154 circles for the team – most of them all – despite the fact that they caused two • Rosso Flashing the red flag in the last ten minutes of the session.

The reliability problems that Haas encountered during the work on Wednesday were fixed. Romain Grosjan and Kevin Magnussen enjoyed uninterrupted breaks in the morning and afternoon, respectively.

They set the tenth and tenth fastest times, separated by less than two tenths of a second, and using the same tires.

There was a 146-kilometer day for Red Bull Pierre Gasly, but over time, at a high 1m18 & # 39; s installed on C3, the team again did not want to challenge for the fastest overall time. The oil leaked later, but the team continued to play on the legs of the tournament table, along with two drivers Williams George Russell and Robert Kubica, who got so much needed 65 runs.

Time to get into the car, so he does not feel like the day of the fourth test, but the day one, "said Kubica.

" This morning, we spent time collecting data by signing tests for the engineer department and trying to put the mileage [19659012]

Pos Driver Team Time Gap Circles
1 Niko Hulenkenberg Renault 1m17.393s 24
2 Alex Albon Toro Rosso 1m17.637s +0. 244 136
Daniel Riccardo Renault 1m17.785s +0.392 34
4 Walters Bottas Mercedes 1m17. 857s + 0.464 ] 57
5 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 1m17.977s +0.584 58
6 Charles Leclerc [19659025] Ferrari 19659029] +0.653 138
7 Lando Norris McLaren 1m18.431s +1.038 132
8 Antonio Giovinazzi [119659025] 1m18.511s +1.118 154
9 Romain Grozhan [19659029] Haas 1m18.563s +1.170 64
10 Kevin Magnussen Haas 1m18.720s +1.327 66
11 Pierre Gasl Red Bull 1m18.780s +1.387 146
12 Lance Stroll Racing Point 1m19.664s 72 [19659046] 13 George Russell Williams 1m20997s +3.604 17
14 Robert Kubica Williams 1m21. 542s +4.149 48


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