Who completed the most laps? Who set the fastest times? Who caused the most red flags? We have all the answers for you as we take a look at the statistics from F1’s 2020 pre-season testing!
Sebastian Vettel topped the timesheet as both Ferrari and Red Bull ended their testing programmes early after mechanical gremlins.
Ferrari returned to the top of the timesheet with the fastest time seen so far, while Pierre Gasly suffered his second testing crash.
McLaren set the pace for a second day in succession as a mechanical failure caused a crash for Sebastian Vettel and kept Ferrari off-track for most of the afternoon.
Lando Norris set the fastest time, but McLaren, Mercedes and Ferrari all ran into trouble as testing resumed at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.
Nico Hulkenberg set the fastest lap on a day of limited running for Renault, while Antonio Giovinazzi and Alfa Romeo completed the most laps.
Daniil Kvyat was the surprise pace-setter, Mercedes completed almost fifty more laps than any other team and Williams finally made it out on track.
Charles Leclerc set the fastest time of day two, while Mercedes completed the most laps and Pierre Gasly crashed out in the afternoon.
Ferrari went furthest and fastest on the first day of testing in 2019, while Red Bull enjoyed a trouble-free first day with new engine partner Honda.