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Ready for experiments: Feeling at Haas

A sensor gave an error message that Kevin Magnussen was going to complete its last laps of the vintertestens first week. Fortunately for the Danish racerkører

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Ready for experiments: Feeling at Haas

A sensor gave an error message that Kevin Magnussen was going to complete its last laps of the vintertestens first week.

Fortunately for the Danish racerkørers team we are now down in the kind of pettiness, which is not enough to spoil the week's best and most productive working day.

The small drillenisse - or gremlin, as team manager Günther Steiner called it - is located in the electrical system, as Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen reached on Thursday to lead VF19’eren around at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya 130 times.

No red flag because of Haas. And both drivers sat well in the seat.

- It has been a really good day, said Kevin Magnussen, as he stuck his head out to the Danish press in Spain.

Sensorfejlen truncated a løbssimulering, but it did not affect the good mood.

We had a good feeling and still any info on where the car is in løbstrim and with a full tank. There is little to work with and look at for the next week, he says.

- It is very tires you are looking at in relation to how they are worn, and how the balance changes over such a stint. How the wear is on the for - and bagdæk. What wears out first. How some things tests.

- We were satisfied and seems that it ran well. It was possible to run a stable stint on the soft tyres (C3), which is the softest, we are going to use for the race here later in the year.

Which stresses that internally yet keep an eye on the fast lap, as hungry F1 fans demand. And as the headlines last year, when Kevin Magnussen and Haas surprised his rivals.

It comes first in the next week.

Despite the issues in the first three days is Haas however further than Magnussen expected.

- We have experimented a lot with your setup, even if it is not what you usually do in the first week. Applying it more to get the car to hold and sensors to vote.

- But we are already well underway to find solutions to setup and test the car in relation to performance. It was been very positive and productive.

Kevin Magnussen welcomes the fact that the team is already over systemtjekkene and has begun to work with drag performance out of the new races. Photo: Jan Sommer

For the test is about learning the car to know and develop in the long term. Here you are awarded no points.

- It is rare that you do one or the other, and then play it. For the most part, you try something that can open up some more performance. We are here to explore. It is the fat already to be in time with it.

the Engineers rushed immediately to England. Although there already is run again on Tuesday, is no one on the let side until then.

Formula 1 - 20. feb. 2019 - at. 21:58 Goblin on games in Haas garage

- When we find a problem here to test, one must also fast on the track again. Much here will be tinkering, and then try to find some real solutions in the weekend, where we have a little more time to get the materials from England and Italy.

Typically it is the small parts that need to be altered at home in the workshop.

- It is such a thing as that a wire sits too close to something that is hot, and so does the sensor. I am glad that the car feels good, and I can feel that the mood in the team is good. All is well, says Kevin Magnussen.

Vintertest day four

Nico Hülkenberg (Renault) 1.17,393 minutes (C5) 24 laps

Alexander Albon (Toro Rosso) 1.17,637 min. (C5) 136 laps

Daniel Ricciardo (Renault) 1.17,785 my. (C5) 34 laps

Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes) 1.17,857 min. (C5) 57 laps

Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) 1.17,977 my. (C4) 58 laps

Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) 1.18,046 min. (C3) 138 laps

Lando Norris (McLaren) 1.18,341 min. (C4) 132 laps

Antonio Giovinazzi (Alfa Romeo) 1.18,511 min. (C3) 154 laps

Romain Grosjean (Haas) 1.18,563 min. (C4) 64 laps

Kevin Magnussen (Haas) 1.18,720 min. (C3) 66 laps

Pierre Gasly (Red Bull) 1.18,780 min. (C3) 146 laps

Lance Stroll (Racing Points) 1.19,664 min. (C2) - 72 laps

George Russell (Wiliams) 1.20,997 my. (C3) 17 laps

Robert Kubica (Williams) 1.21,542 min. (C2) 48 laps

C1 (the hardest and slowest) - C5 (blødest and fastest) is the tyre type.
Pirelli has in its inventory, Romain Grosjean noted to have set his fastest time on the C3-covered. According to the Haas team, it was on C4.

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