Williams press release
Today was a very good day. We completed some runs on lower fuel, which I hadn't done before, using all the different tyre compounds. I was then able to do a full race simulation this afternoon, to learn more about the car and tyres in a race situation.
We have a lot of valuable information to look at now, which will enable us to improve for next time. Unfortunately we had to cut our race simulation a bit short due to the rain, however we still met all our objectives for the day.
Mark Gillan, Chief Operations Engineer:
We had a productive day's testing today, with Bruno completing 111 laps without issue. We concentrated on aerodynamic testing this morning prior to moving onto a race simulation. At the end of the race simulation, it started to rain and we reverted from dry tyres on to intermediates.
We concentrated on aerodynamic testing this morning
The Williams F1 Team will be back on track tomorrow, Sunday 4 March, with Bruno Senna driving in the morning session and Pastor Maldonado driving the afternoon session for the final day of pre-season testing.
Driver: Bruno Senna
Chassis / engine: FW34-02 / RS27-5281/1
Location: Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona 4.655km
Objectives: Aero tests and race simulation
Weather: Dry and sunny in the morning, cloudy with some rain in the afternoon
Ambient & track temps: 19ºC / 23ºC
Fastest lap: 1:22.480, 6th (On lap of 111)