Today (Tuesday), was the first day of testing this week for Ferrari at the Fiorano circuit.
Luca Badoer was at the wheel, working on a development programme of new components, fitted to an F2003-GA.
The team's official test driver completed a total of 25 laps, seven of them on the short version of the course.
Watching the testing was a delegation from the Italian Olympic Committee, headed by President Gianni Petrucci.
Also present were around fifty Italian athletes who won medals at the Athens Olympics in 2004. The delegation met Ferrari President, Luca di Montezemolo, Managing Director, Jean Todt, Vice-president, Piero Ferrari and the Formula 1 World Champion, Michael Schumacher.
The team resumes testing on Friday 28th January, at the Catalunya Circuit, near Barcelona: on track will be Luca Badoer and Michael Schumacher.
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