Tuesday March 6th, 2001
Australian Grand Prix winners Ferrari demonstrated their intent to retain their double world championship when they returned to testing just 48 hours after winning in Melbourne.
Italian Luca Badoer tested for the team at Fiorano on Tuesday as Ferrari continued their tireless work at the Italian circuit.
Badoer completed 65 laps in the 1998 F300 chassis with a best lap time of 1:08.416 seconds before moving onto the F1-2000, in which he completed 10 laps with a best time of 1:10.770s.
Badoer will continue at the track on Wednesday, before Brazilian Rubens Barrichello takes over on Thursday and Friday.