Wednesday March 7th, 2001
The Ferrari team continued working at the Fiorano track on Wednesday, for the second consecutive day, in preparation for the next Grand Prix of the 2001 season in Malaysia.
The team's test driver Luca Badoer carried on with the development work started yesterday on new electronics. Behind the wheel of an old F1-2000, the Italian covered a total of 87 laps, 17 of which on the short circuit, with a best time of 1:01.458.
Badoer will continue working on Thursday at Fiorano, and he will be joined by Brazilian Rubens Barrichello, who will drive this year's F2001.