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Alonso Fastest On Final Day Of Pirelli Tests

Fernando Alonso was the fastest man on the second and final day of the Pirelli tyre tests at Abu Dhabi.

The Spaniard, who came close to winning the 2010 World Championship, set a fastest time of 1.40.529.  That was around a tenth quicker than second placed man Michael Schumacher who has clearly taken to the Pirelli tyres better than team mate Nico Rosberg.

World Champion Sebastian Vettel was third, while McLaren testers Gary Paffett and Oliver Turvey were 6th and 7th.

Pastor Maldonado, linked heavily with a 2011 Williams drive, was out for Hispania once again and finished in 14th place just ahead of Virgin’s Timo Glock.

Pos  Driver              Team         Time       Laps
 1.  Fernando Alonso     Ferrari      1m40.529s  105
 2.  Michael Schumacher  Mercedes     1m40.685s  74
 3.  Sebastian Vettel    Red Bull     1m40.825s  66
 4.  Rubens Barrichello  Williams     1m41.294s  100
 5.  Robert Kubica       Renault      1m41.614s  91
 6.  Gary Paffett        McLaren      1m41.622s  46
 7.  Oliver Turvey       McLaren      1m41.740s  30
 8.  Paul di Resta       Force India  1m41.869s  35
 9.  Kamui Kobayashi     Sauber       1m42.110s  43
10.  Sebastien Buemi     Toro Rosso   1m42.145s  97
11.  Tonio Liuzzi        Force India  1m42.416s  46
12.  Sergio Perez        Sauber       1m42.777s  46
13.  Jarno Trulli        Lotus        1m44.521s  83
14.  Pastor Maldonado    Hispania     1m44.768s  65
15.  Timo Glock          Virgin       1m44.783s  82

 

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