Felipe Massa: "We did a lot more performance work in the car which is something that we haven't done so much of so far."
Rod Nelson, Chief Test & Support Engineer: Having covered most of the bases in terms of reliability, we concentrated more on performance today as we had planned to do.
Felipe Massa: We had a very good day today doing almost 100 laps. We did a lot more performance work in the car which is something that we haven't done so much of so far. I'm really happy with the car and feel we found a good balance. We did so much work on the set-up but it is very important that we go to Australia prepared. Of course you are always happy when you see your name at the top in first place, but as well as performance, today was good for the mileage and reliability of the car which we know is needed for Australia. You can never be sure that you are 100% ready for the first race, but I feel that what we have done in these days testing has been important for making sure that we have a car that can not only get to the end of the race, but that will have good performance as well.
Driver: Felipe Massa
Chassis / Engine: FW36-03 / PU106A Hybrid
Location: Bahrain International Circuit 5.412km
Objectives: Aero evaluations, set-up work and qualifying simulation
Weather: Hot and Sunny
Maximum air & track temps: 29ºC / 37ºC
1 - Felipe Massa - Williams - 1m33.258s - 99 laps
2 - Nico Rosberg - Mercedes AMG - 1m33.484s - 103 laps
3 - Kimi Raikkonen - Ferrari - 1m35.426s - 87 laps
4 - Kevin Magnussen - McLaren Mercedes - 1m35.894s - 88 laps
5 - Daniil Kvyat - Scuderia Toro Rosso - 1m36.113s - 81 laps
6 - Nico Hulkenberg - Force India - 1m36.205s - 115 laps
7 - Jules Bianchi - Marussia - 1m37.087s - 78 laps
8 - Marcus Ericsson - Caterham - 1m38.083s - 117 laps
9 - Romain Grosjean - Lotus - 1m42.166s - 33 laps
10 - Adrian Sutil - Sauber - - 1 lap
11 - Sebastian Vettel - Red Bull Racing - - 1 lap
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