MONTMELO, Spain — Reserve Alfa Romeo driver Robert Kubica was fastest as Formula One preseason testing resumed Wednesday at the Barcelona-Catalunya Circuit. Kubica had a time of 1 minute, 16.942 seconds in the morning session, becoming the first driver other than Mercedes teammates Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas to go faster than 1:17.000 this year. “It has been a positive morning in the car for me,” Kubica said. “Times don’t matter … what really counts is finishing the day having completed your testing program, and we did that.” Alfa Romeo driver Kimi Raikkonen had led one of the tests sessions last week. Mercedes continued to show good reliability, with Hamilton’s 89 laps being the most among all 10 drivers who went to the track in the morning. The defending champion was fourth-fastest, while Bottas finished ninth after 90 laps in the afternoon. “It’s been a good session and a good start to the second week of testing,” Hamilton said. “The car didn’t quite feel as good as the first week, but I’m sure that will change as the test progresses and the track conditions improve.” Red Bull’s Max Verstappen had the second-fastest time on Wednesday, four tenths of a second… Read full this story
- Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio SUV proves it has the speed of a sports car
- More Than 1,000 Cars in ‘Gran Turismo 5’
- GT5: A list of 1031 cars
- Forza Motorsport 6 Cars and Tracks Annoucned
Alfa Romeo’s Kubica fastest as F1 preseason testing resumes have 231 words, post on motorsports.nbcsports.com at February 26, 2020. This is cached page on Vietnam Colors. If you want remove this page, please contact us.