Following on from Thursday where Ferrari’s third driver, Antonio Giovinazzi had his first taste of a Formula One contender at the team’s private testing track at Fiorano, the Italian squad were back out on track for a second day of testing where regular driver Kimi Raikkonen joined in on the action.
The day’s programme was based on correlating simulator data with that gathered on track. Sharing the driving duties on the “standard” SF15-T were Scuderia Ferrari’s third driver, Antonio Giovinazzi, who was behind the wheel in the morning and Kimi Raikkonen, who took over for the afternoon.
The weather was far from ideal, especially when Kimi was driving, with the Finn having to deal with rain as well as strong winds. Nevertheless, he still completed several runs.
Ferrari will be back on track next week, on 9th and 10th February, again at Fiorano, when it will be evaluating Pirelli’s wet weather tyres.