The Jerez test by numbers

TEST PRE-CAMPIONATO F1/2015

The opening pre-season test of the year at Jerez came to a close on Wednesday. 

Kimi Raikkonen set the pace at the Spanish circuit, ending the week fastest by a tenth from his new Ferrari team-mate Sebastian Vettel, while Mercedes completed 515 laps to top the mileage chart.

Here are some key statistics from the first four days of running at Jerez.

Combined lap times at Jerez: 

1. Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari – 1:20.841 – Day 4

2. Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari – 1:20.984 – Day 2

3. Felipe Nasr – Sauber – 1:21.545 – Day 3

4. Nico Rosberg – Mercedes – 1:21.982 – Day 3

5. Marcus Ericsson – Sauber – 1:22.019 – Day 4

6. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes – 1:22.172 – Day 4

7. Felipe Massa – Williams – 1:22.276 – Day 3

8. Valtteri Bottas – Williams – 1:22.319 – Day 2

9. Max Verstappen – Toro Rosso – 1:22.553 – Day 4

10. Pastor Maldonado – Lotus – 1:22.713 – Day 3

11. Carlos Sainz Jr – Toro Rosso – 1:23.187 – Day 3

12. Daniel Ricciardo – Red Bull – 1:23.338 – Day 1

13. Romain Grosjean – Lotus – 1:23.802 – Day 4

14. Daniil Kvyat – Red Bull – 1:23.975 – Day 4

15. Jenson Button – McLaren – 1:27.660 – Day 4

16. Fernando Alonso – McLaren – 1:35.553 – Day 3

Total distance by driver:

1. Nico Rosberg  – 308 laps – 848 miles

2. Lewis Hamilton – 207 laps – 570 miles

3. Kimi Raikkonen – 200 laps – 550 miles

4. Felipe Nasr – 197 laps – 542 miles

5. Marcus Ericsson – 185 laps – 509 miles

6. Carlos Sainz Jr – 183 laps – 504 miles

7. Max Verstappen – 170 laps – 468 miles

8. Sebastian Vettel – 149 laps – 410 miles

9. Felipe Massa – 144 laps – 396 miles

10. Pastor Maldonado – 137 laps – 377 miles

11. Valtteri Bottas – 134 laps – 369 miles

12. Daniel Ricciardo – 84 laps – 231 miles

13. Daniil Kvyat – 81 laps – 223 miles

14. Romain Grosjean – 53 laps – 146 miles

15. Jenson Button – 41 laps – 113 miles

16. Fernando Alonso – 38 laps – 105 miles

Total distance by team 

1. Mercedes – 515 laps – 1417 miles

2. Sauber-Ferrari – 382 laps – 1051 miles

3. Toro Rosso-Renault – 353 laps – 971 miles

4. Ferrari – 349 laps – 960 miles

5. Williams-Mercedes – 278 laps – 765 miles

6. Lotus-Mercedes – 190 laps – 523 miles

7. Red Bull-Renault – 165 laps – 454 miles

8. McLaren-Honda – 79 laps – 217 miles

Total distance by power unit: 

1. Mercedes – 983 laps – 2705 miles

2. Ferrari – 731 laps – 2012 miles

3. Renault – 518 laps – 1426 miles

4. Honda – 79 laps – 217 miles

Image courtesy of Scuderia Ferrari

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