Stats: Eight days of Barcelona F1 testing by the numbers

Have a look at the most important stats of the 2017 Formula 1 pre-season test - and see which teams excelled and which have struggled - with Motorsport.com's guide.

Stats: Eight days of Barcelona F1 testing by the numbers
Best lap time per team

Best laps in detail:

Driver

Team

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Day 5

Day 6

Day 7

Day 8

Raikkonen  Ferrari  

1'20''960

 

1'20''872

 

1'20''406

 

1'18''634

Vettel  Ferrari

1'21''878

 

1'19''952

 

1'19''906

 

1'19''024

 
Bottas  Mercedes

1'23''169

1'22''986

1'19''705

1'23''443

1'20''924

1'19''310

1'21''819

1'19''438

Hamilton  Mercedes

1'21''765

1'20''983

1'22''090

 

1'20''456

1'20''702

1'19''352

1'19''850

Massa  Williams

1'22''076

     

1'19''726

1'19''420

1'24''443

 
Verstappen  Red Bull  

1'22''200

 

1'21''769

 

1'20''432

 

 

1'19''438

Sainz  Toro Rosso

1'24''494

 

1'23''540

   

1'21''872

 

 

1'19''837

Hulkenberg  Renault

1'24''784

 

1'21''791

1'24''947

1'21''589

1'21''213

 

1'19''885

Ricciardo  Red Bull

1'22''926

 

1'21''153

 

1'19''900

 

1'20''824

 
Perez  Force India

1'23''709

   

1'22''534

 

1'21''297

 

 

1'20''116

Ocon  Force India  

1'22''509

   

1'21''347

 

1'20''161

 
Palmer  Renault  

1'24''139

1'21''396

1'21''778

1'24''790

1'24''774

1'22''418

1'20''205

Stroll  Williams  

1'26''040

1'22''351

   

1'20''579

 

1'24''863

 

1'20''335

Kvyat  Toro Rosso  

1'22''956

1'23''952

 

1'21''743

 

1'20''416

 
Magnussen  Haas

1'22''894

1'22''204

   

1'21''676

 

1'20''504

 
Grosjean  Haas    

1'22''118

1'22''309
 

1'21''887

 

1'21''110

Vandoorne  McLaren  

1'25''600

 

1'22''576

1'22''537

 

 

1'21''348

 
Alonso  McLaren

1'24''852

 

1'22''598

   

1'23''041

 

1'21''389

Ericsson  Sauber

1'26''841

 

1'21''824

 

1'23''630

1'23''384

1'23''330

1'21''670

 

Wehrlein  Sauber        

1'23''336

1'23''000

1'22''347

1'23''527

Giovinazzi  Sauber  

1'24''617

 

1'22''401

       
Celis Jr  Force India    

1'23''568

         

 

Mileage per team

Note: distances in kilometres

Number of laps by team in detail:

 Team

 Day 1

 Day 2

 Day 3

 Day 4

 Day 5

 Day 6

 Day 7

 Day 8

Total

 Mercedes 152 168 170 68 135 149 147 107 1096
 Ferrari 128 108 139 93 168 53 156 111 956
 Williams 103 12 98 0 168 122 165 132 800
 Sauber 72 67 126 84 100 106 132 101 788
 Force India 39 86 71 82 142 100 137 128 785
 Haas 51 118 56 118 81 96 119 76 715
 Red Bull 50 89 70 85 89 102 128 71 684
 Renault 57 53 93 90 73 90 53 88 597
 Toro Rosso 51 68 63 1 83 92 94 132 584
 McLaren 29 40 72 67 80 46 48 43

425

Mileage per power unit

Note: distances in kilometres

Number of laps by engine in detail:

 

Engine

 

Day 1

 

Day 2

 

Day 3

 

Day 4

 

Day 5

 

Day 6

 

Day 7

 

Day 8

 

Total

 

GP distances

(1 race = 66 laps)

 Mercedes

(Mercedes/Force India/Williams)

294 266 339 150 445 371 449 367 2681 40.64

 Renault 

(Renault/Red Bull/Toro Rosso)

158 210 226 176 245 284 275 291 1865 28.27

 Ferrari 2017

(Ferrari/Haas)

179 226 195 211 249 149 275 187 1671 25.33

 Ferrari 2016

(Sauber)

72 67 126 84 100 106 132 101 788 11.94

 Honda

(McLaren)

29 40 72 67 80 46 48 43 425 6.44
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