Series Jerez test notes 2009-10-08

Marcus Ericsson shines in Jerez Swedish newcomer tops last day Morning session After two sunny days in Jerez, the third and last day started on wet conditions as raindrops continuously fell onto the Spanish track for ...

Marcus Ericsson shines in Jerez

Swedish newcomer tops last day

Morning session

After two sunny days in Jerez, the third and last day started on wet conditions as raindrops continuously fell onto the Spanish track for most of the three-hour morning session. Five new drivers joined the field today namely 2008 GP2 runner-up Bruno Senna returning to iSport, Chris van der Drift driving for Piquet GP, Edoardo Mortara at Telmex Arden, newcomer Jon Lancaster joining DAMS and the much anticipated five times Rallye World Champion Sebastien Loeb at DPR.

In difficult track conditions, the session was briefly interrupted twice, first by Fabio Onidi at Trident following mechanical gremlins and then after Marco Bonanomi (Party Poker Racing.com SC) and van der Drift simultaneously span and stopped at two different parts of the circuit.

In a drying session, the drivers' laptimes improved notably towards its latest stages and it was both Fat Burner Racing Engineering racers, Dani Clos leading Jer

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Series FIA F2
Drivers Sébastien Loeb , Marco Bonanomi , Bruno Senna , Fabio Onidi , Dani Clos , Edoardo Mortara , Marcus Ericsson , Jon Lancaster
Teams DAMS , Racing Engineering , Trident