Renault Jerez test notes 2005-07-14

The Mild Seven Renault F1 Team completed a busy second day of testing at Jerez in Spain today. Giancarlo Fisichella completed 137 laps while working on suspension development, set-up and tyre testing. Franck Montagny spent a productive morning ...

Renault Jerez test notes 2005-07-14

The Mild Seven Renault F1 Team completed a busy second day of testing at Jerez in Spain today.

Giancarlo Fisichella completed 137 laps while working on suspension development, set-up and tyre testing. Franck Montagny spent a productive morning working on tyre evaluation before being delayed by technical problems in the afternoon.

Chrisitan Silk, Chief Test Engineer:

"We had a very good day with Giancarlo, who achieved more than we had hoped this morning. His work on suspension development brought us useful data, and he also looked at some set-up items for the coming races. Most of all, he was able to take full advantage of excellent reliability on his car."

"Franck suffered some problems during the afternoon, but had an effective morning working on tyre choice for the races ahead. Tomorrow, Heikki will replace Giancarlo for the final day of this last session before the summer testing ban."

Franck Montagny
Chassis: R25-05
84 laps, 1:17.089

Giancarlo Fisichella
Chassis: R25-03
137 laps, 1:17.649

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