GP2 Series: Andreas Zuber foi o melhor nos testes em Le Castellet

As equipes da GP2 Series fizeram nesta semana três dias de testes coletivos em Le Castellet, na França. De quarta-feira (30/10) a sexta-feira (02/11), foram oito sessões de treinos, com os pilotos testando por mais de uma equipe.

 


Na soma dos treinos o austríaco Andreas Zuber marcou os dois melhores tempos. Com o carro da Super Nova, ele fez 1m12s584, no 8º e último treino. E testando pela Minardi Piquet, fez o 2º tempo geral.


Quatro brasileiros participaram dos testes: Bruno Senna, Alberto Valério, Diego Nunes e Carlos Iaconelli.


Tempos gerais de todos os treinos:


1 – Andreas Zuber – Super Nova – 1’12″584 – 70 voltas – 8° treino
2 – Andreas Zuber – Minardi/Piquet – 1’12″741 – 63  – 2°
3 – Pastor Maldonado – Minardi/Piquet – 1’12″819 – 70 – 8°
4 – Luca Filippi – ART – 1’12″853 – 78 – 4°
5 – Luca Filippi – Super Nova – 1’12″879 – 76 – 7°
6 – Romain Grosjean – Racing Engineering – 1’12″917 – 71 – 8°
7 – Adrian Zaugg – BCN – 1’12″950 – 74 – 8°
8 – Kazuki Nakajima – ART – 1’12″959 – 85 – 8°
9 – Pastor Maldonado – iSport – 1’13″071 – 127 – 3°
10 – Andreas Zuber – Campos – 1’13″084 – 85 – 4°
11 – Luca Filippi – DPR – 1’13″090 – 51 – 2°
12 – Pastor Maldonado – ART – 1’13″094 – 75 – 6°
13 – Yelmer Buurman – ART – 1’13″094 – 144 – 8°
14 – Andreas Zuber – FMSI – 1’13″153 – 58 – 5°
15 – Mike Conway – Minardi/Piquet – 1’13″203 – 64 – 6°
16 – Luca Filippi – Racing Engineering – 1’13″226 – 71 – 6°
17 – Ben Hanley – Minardi/Piquet – 1’13″236 – 71 – 6°
18 – Romain Grosjean – ART – 1’13″262 – 69 – 2°
19 – Adrian Valles – iSport – 1’13″290 – 65 – 7°
20 – Sebastien Buemi – Arden – 1’13″300 – 82 – 4°
21 – Borja Garcia – Minardi/Piquet – 1’13″323 – 84 – 7°
22 – Davide Rigon – FMSI – 1’13″338 – 162 – 8°
23 – Vitaly Petrov – Campos – 1’13″411 – 164 – 8°
24 – Borja Garcia – iSport – 1’13″415 – 65 – 6°
25 – Andy Soucek – DPR – 1’13″447 – 116 – 4°
26 – Chris Van der Drift – 1’13″451 – 128 – 8°
27 – Adrian Valles – FMSI – 1’13″483 – 155 – 2°
28 – Giedo Van der Garde – Dams – 1’13″489 – 149 – 7°
29 – Bruno Senna – iSport – 1’13″517 – 82 – 8°
30 – Davide Valsecchi – Durango – 1’13″533 – 66 – 8°
31 – Nicolas Lapierre – iSport – 1’13″556 – 65 – 2°
32 – Ben Hanley – DPR – 1’13″570 – 56 – 7°
33 – Davide Valsecchi – ART – 1’13″587 – 118 – 4°
34 – Kamui Kobayashi – Dams – 1’13″610 – 273 – 3°
35 – Karun Chandhok – DPR – 1’13″615 – 57 – 6°
36 – Oliver Jarvis – DPR – 1’13″615 – 123 – 8°
37 – Marcos Martinez – Racing Engineering – 1’13″638 – 170 – 6°
38 – Davide Valsecchi – iSport – 1’13″660 – 76 – 5°
39 – Renger Van der Zande – Arden – 1’13″735 – 80 – 8°
40 – Alberto Valerio – Racing Engineering – 1’13″742 – 84 – 7°
41 – Christian Bakkerud – Super Nova – 1’13″809 – 172 – 6°
42 – Borja Garcia – Arden – 1’13″833 – 58 – 2°
43 – Ben Hanley – Campos – 1’13″848 – 44 – 3°
44 – Adrian Zaugg – DPR – 1’13″852 – 90 – 6°
45 – Karun Chandhok – Arden – 1’13″879 – 37 – 2°
46 – Michael Herck – Trident – 1’13″887 – 332 – 8°
47 – Ben Hanley – FMSI – 1’13″909 – 63 – 1°
48 – Ho Pin Tung – Campos – 1’13″931 – 42 – 8°
49 – Mikhail Aleshin – Dams – 1’13″966 – 80 – 4°
50 – Alejandro Nunez – BCN – 1’13″968 – 71 – 8°
51 – Maro Engel – FMSI – 1’13″978 – 86 – 7°
52 – Dani Clos – BCN – 1’13″980 – 186 – 5°
53 – Sebastien Buemi – Dams – 1’13″988 – 76 – 2°
54 – Jerome D’Ambrosio – Arden – 1’13″992 – 68 – 4°
55 – Markus Niemela – Racing Engineering – 1’14″021 – 135 – 4°
56 – Marcello Puglisi – Minardi/Piquet – 1’14″081 – 121 – 4°
57 – Jerome D’Ambrosio – Campos – 1’14″123 – 84 – 2°
58 – Adam Khan – Arden – 1’14″145 – 133 – 7°
59 – Celso Miguez – Durango – 1’14″291 – 59 – 6°
60 – Alberto Valerio – Trident – 1’14″370 – 80 – 4°
61 – Paolo Nocera – Racing Engineering – 1’14″243 – 75 – 2°
62 – Alberto Valerio – Durango – 1’14″340 – 99 – 2°
63 – Paolo Nocera – BCN – 1’14″435 – 59 – 4°
64 – Carlo Van Dam – BCN – 1’14″503 – 85 – 2°
65 – Diego Nunes – Minardi/Piquet – 1’14″546 – 72 – 4°
66 – Kasper Andersen – FMSI – 1’14″591 – 86 – 3°
67 – Carlos Iaconelli – Durango – 1’14″591 – 85 – 4°
68 – Jonathan Kennard – iSport – 1’14″594 – 56 – 4°
69 – Fabrizio Crestani – Durango – 1’14″641 – 72 – 2°
70 – Celso Miguez – Super Nova – 1’14″796 – 66 – 4°
71 – Giacomo Piccini – Durango – 1’14″876 – 57 – 6°
72 – Maximo Cortes – Campos – 1’14″986 – 58 – 5°
73 – Stephen Jelley – Super Nova – 1’15″007 – 129 – 5°
74 – Simona De Silvestro – Campos – 1’15″049 – 59 – 6°
75 – Recardo Bruins – Arden – 1’15″170 – 75 – 6°
76 – Manuel Saez – Campos – 1’15″222 – 59 – 1°
77 – Nathan Antunes – Super Nova – 1’15″469 – 71 – 2°
78 – Vladimir Arabadzhiev – BCN – 1’15″472 – 81 – 5°
79 – Adrian Campos – Campos – 1’15″763 – 59 – 2°
80 – Nico Verdonck – DPR – 1’15″984 – 57 – 7°
81 – German Sanchez – Campos – 1’16″107 – 55 – 5°
82 – Tengyi Jiang – FMSI – 1’16″185 – 52 – 8°
83 – Vladimir Arabadzhiev – Durango – 1’16″228 – 87 – 4°
84 – Henri Karjalainen – BCN – 1’16″243 – 98 – 2°
85 – Harald Schlegelmilch – Trident – 1’17″400 – 27 – 1°

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