Mark Webber took over in the cockpit for the last day of this three day test. The Australian's programme was a continuation of the work initiated by Sebastien Buemi and David Coulthard, evaluating some new aero and mechanical components.
"Mark, who ended up fourth fastest, validated the results we had seen yesterday and despite some persistent drizzle, we got some good answers and worked through our entire programme," said Chief Test Engineer,Ian Morgan. "We are pleased with the progress made with the mechanical and aero items and we also did over our target in terms of mileage for the three days, so we are looking forward to the French Grand Prix."
The test team will be back in action soon, as a Silverstone test follows on the Tuesday after the race in Magny-Cours.