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Pre-season test F1

Abu Dhabi F1 Testing - Day 2 Results (Morning times)

Here are the latest times from the Yas Marina Circuit, where F1 action is underway for a two-day Pirelli tyre and young driver test session.

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Formula 1 2021 draws to a close this week with a two-day test at the Yas Marina Circuit. Technically, there are two tests taking place concurrently.

One of these for Pirelli, with all of the teams taking part in 18-inch tyre testing using mule cars - modified 2018 cars built to run the newer, bigger wheels that are set to be introduced in 2022. Williams, while able to take part in this test if they wanted to, aren't participating as they never built a mule car for this purpose.

Separately, a dedicated Young Driver Test is underway. All of the teams are fielding a junior driver (of two Grands Prix experience or fewer), who are able to drive the 2021 cars on the outgoing 13-inch wheels.

As the majority of the teams ran their junior driver on Day 1 on Tuesday, only Haas appeared on track with their 2021 car on Wednesday morning, as they sent Robert Shwartzman out in their VF-21.

The morning session of the second day has come to a close with Mercedes topping the times with George Russell, ahead of Ferrari's Carlos Sainz.

The full times are listed below.

Abu Dhabi F1 Testing - Day 2 Results (Morning times)

Position Driver Team Time Laps Car
1. George Russell Mercedes 1:26.404 75 Mule
2. Carlos Sainz Ferrari 1:26.706 62 Mule
3. Lando Norris McLaren 1:26.736 50 Mule
4. Rob Shwartzman Haas 1:26.980 60 2021
5. Sebastian Vettel Aston Martin 1:27.133 27 Mule
6. Pierre Gasly AlphaTauri 1:27.612 50 Mule
7. Pietro Fittipaldi Haas 1:28.622 58 Mule
8. Fernando Alonso Alpine 1:28.785 45 Mule
9. Guanyu Zhou Alfa Romeo 1:29.003 75 Mule
10. Sergio Perez Red Bull 1:29.040 66 Mule

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