"Kimiya’s mature approach to the day impressed us all", said McCullough
All Formula One teams except for Mercedes tested a new range of Pirelli tyres at the Silverstone circuit during the three-day Young Drivers Test.
Felipe Massa was the race driver in action on Friday at the English track, testing the new Pirelli compounds, along with development driver Davide Rigon.
Sahara Force India completed a final day of testing at Silverstone as Adrian Sutil and James Calado completed a combined total of 105 laps.
Gary Paffett: "So it’s great to get back in the car – it’s invaluable for us to make sure we are going in the right direction.”
Even though it was the Young Drivers 3-day test, it did include the Formula One drivers as they were testing the newest of the Pirelli tyres.
Red Bull hopeful for the 2014 seat being vacated by Mark Webber, Daniel Ricciardo topped the timesheets for Toro Rosso at the end of the second day of the F1 Young Driver Test at Silverstone.
Kevin Magnussen topped the timesheets for McLaren at the end of the first day of the F1 Young Driver Test at Silverstone. Several of the Formula One current and reserve drivers were on hand along with testing Pirelli tyres.
Ferrari's Alonso has turned down the opportunity to test, due to no ability to test car developments
Paul Hembery: “This young driver test presents a valuable opportunity for the teams to assess the new specification of tyre, and also to run their young drivers."
Scuderia Toro Rosso driver Daniel Ricciardo will drive in the afternoon of Day 1 for the permitted tyre testing.
The driving schedule will be confirmed each morning.
The Formula One Young Drivers Test will take place at Silverstone on July 17th to the 19th.
'It's not clear yet how many sets of tyres the team will have available, but I'm getting ready and I expect to drive' - Susie Wolff
Susie Wolff's first proper circuit test in a F1 car - is now assured.
Toto Wolff hinted the German team will push to attend, if the test is extended to a fourth day
The youngsters will continue to have an important role at Silverstone, because the race drivers are only allowed to conduct specific tyre testing.
Pirelli conducted an investigation and concluded the chaos was due to "a series of different causes"
According to Bild newspaper, it was Red Bull who alerted the FIA to Rosberg's breach
Reports concern Pirelli again! This time they are accused of not filing a report to the FIA that they had changed the construction of the tyres prior to the British Grand Prix.
Mark Webber takes second position, less than one second from race winner, Nico Rosberg
The team is getting back to the performance level they are targeting for this season