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BMW Sauber F1 Team - Test in Jerez - 25th of July 2007
Day one - Wednesday
Weather conditions: hot and sunny
Temperatures: Air: 23-35°C, Track: 26-47°C
Number of cars participating: 8
Fastest lap overall: Lewis Hamilton, McLaren Mercedes, 1:19.670 min
Circuit Distance: 4.428km
Chassis / engine: BMW Sauber F1.07-06 / BMW P86/7 V8
Test kilometres today: 456 km (103 laps)
Fastest lap: 1:20.709 min on lap 5
The team had a very successful day in the heat of Jerez. The scheduled programme was completed, and this included testing new aero parts for the forthcoming races, as well as working on the set-up and new suspension components.
What comes next:
For the second and final day of the BMW Sauber F1 Team's test Robert Kubica will continue with a similar programme, which will include more set-up work for Hungary and development work on systems.
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