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Ferrari on duty at Mugello

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20/09/2006

Today (Wednesday), was the first day of testing this week for Ferrari, which was in action at Mugello, with Michael Schumacher and Marc Gene both on duty.

The day’s programme centred on testing new aerodynamic and mechanical components, as well as development of Bridgestone tyres aimed at the final three races of the season.

Testing continues here continues tomorrow, when Luca Badoer will join Michael Schumacher.

At the same time, at Fiorano, Felipe Massa will shake down the cars to be used in the Chinese Grand Prix.

Today's Times - All Times Unofficial

Name Team T Laps Time Gap
M Schumacher Ferrari B 57 1:21.362 144.204 mph
Gene Ferrari B 111 1:22.510 1.148

Best Times To Date

Date Driver Team T Time Gap
20-Sep M Schumacher Ferrari B 1:21.362 144.204 mph
28-Feb Massa Ferrari B 1:22.481 1.119
20-Sep Gene Ferrari B 1:22.510 1.148

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