Ferrari's test driver Luca Badoer kicked off on Wednesday another testing session for the Italian squad at the Mugello circuit.
While Brazilian Luciano Burti worked with the F2001 chassis at Fiorano, Italian Badoer continued with the development of the new F2002. Badoer completed 79 laps around Mugello, posting a quickest time of 1:23.500, and also carrying out some practice starts.
Badoer will be in action at Mugello again tomorrow.
Brazilian Luciano Burti continued working for the Ferrari team at their Fiorano circuit for the second consecutive day on Wednesday.
The test driver worked once more at the wheel of the F2001 chassis that won the Australian Grand Prix last Sunday. Burti concentrated on testing new Bridgestone tyre compounds which could be used at the Malaysian Grand Prix next week, completing 98 laps with a best time of 1:00.060.
Burti will continue testing at Fiorano on Thursday.