Streaming right now, no idea if it lasts but there's some on track action to be seen there.
Day Two timesheet (9.25am UK time): 1) Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari, 12 laps, 1:23.718; 2) Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, 13 laps, 1:24.026; 3) Max Verstappen, Red Bull, 12 laps, 1:24.366; 4) Lance Stroll, Williams, 12 laps, 1: 26.040; 5) Daniil Kvyat, Toro Rosso, 11 laps, 1:28.616; 6) Stoffel Vandoorne, McLaren, 7 laps, No time; 7) Kevin Magnussen, Haas, 5 laps, No time; 8) Antonio Giovinazzi, Sauber, 2 laps, No time
No laps - Force India: Esteban Ocon; Renault: Jolyon Palmer
28 FEBRUARY 2017 - WINTER TESTING - DAY 2
DRIVER TEAM TIME DIFFERENCE #
1. GB Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 1:21.766 20
2. FI Kimi Räikkönen Ferrari 1:23.718 +1.952 14
3. NL Max Verstappen Red Bull Racing 1:24.366 +2.600 19
4. CA Lance Stroll Williams 1:26.040 +4.274 12
5. BE Stoffel Vandoorne McLaren 1:26.766 +5.000 11
6. RU Daniil Kvyat Toro Rosso 1:28.616 +6.850 11
7. DK Kevin Magnussen Haas F1 no time 5
8. IT Antonio Giovinazzi Sauber no time 2
9. GB Jolyon Palmer Renault no time 0
10. FI Valtteri Bottas Mercedes no time 0
11. FR Esteban Ocon Force India no time 0
A good view of RedBull
“I prefer to beat them on Sunday” -Fernando Alonso, Press Conference Korean GP 2010
"Giornata fantastica !!"- Andrea Stella, European GP 2012
Anyone know where I can get stint times? Live stint times?
Used to have a website, called msfree.gr, but now its no longer up and running.
* Hamilton finally pits. He was still circulating on the tyres which he used to set the fastest lap of the day. He was lapping about 1 - 1.5 seconds off his pace at the end of his stint.
Update posted on 11:56:11
This is interesting to note. So after he sets a fastest time in his stint, he roughly carries on for +- 14 laps, to which the times drop off by 1.5sec at the end of that stint..........can we read anything into those soft tyres then ??
Drive it like you stole it!
Originally Posted by Gary Anderson
It’s worrying to see Honda say that there are concerns about its oil tank based on what happened yesterday. To discover an oil tank shape is potentially incorrect suggests something is seriously wrong as normally it only shows up as a pickup problem in fast corners. To discover it on an installation lap at lower speeds suggests it’s a fundamental problem. The oil tank is vital to the engine and something most teams have a very good understanding of and very good test rigs to simulate all the forces and flows. So for McLaren and Honda to come to the first test session with a potential problem is a concern. It seems they are still missing out on the basics.
I know it's only been two days of testing but why do i have the gut feeling we have something up our sleeves.
Realistically how good you guys think we look so far?
Hopefully HAAS gets some solid laps in aswell so we can get more engine data
Also In Teds notebook it stated this years engine is 5kg more heavy then last years for reliability purposes
any new obvious parts on the car today?
Current lap count:
Hamilton - 37
Raikkonen - 29
Verstappen - 19
Ocon - 12
Magnussen - 15
Stroll - 12
Kvyat - 25
Vandoorne - 26
Giovinazzi - 2
Hope the is no lobster on the SF lunch menu, because Raikkonen has only 29 laps so far.
take it these rumours of a "Merc style" nose are false?
Kimi out it seems.