Robert Kubica remained fastest at the end of day one of Barcelona second test for Alfa Romeo, with Max Verstappen second fastest for Red Bull after a late loss of control of his RB16, causing a late red flag.

Kubica set his best time 1:16.942 on C5 tyres this morning and remained fastest by the end of the day while Verstappen set the second fastest time of 1:17.347 on C3 tyres in the afternoon.

Five minutes before the end of the day, Verstappen blocked his rear wheels in the braking zone for a slow Turn 10, spun and couldn’t continue, causing a red flag.

The fourth-ranked Kvyat in the AlphaTauri Honda also stopped on the track, but was forced to do so by a technical problem in the Turn 4.

Perez separated Verstappen and Kvyat in third place for Racing Point, with the Mexican only a tenth slower than Verstappen on the same tyres while Kvyat was using harder C2 tyres.

Gasly was fifth behind his team mate although he only drove 25 laps this morning due to a technical problem, and the Frenchman was 0.010 faster than Albon in Red Bull, who also drove in the morning.

Hamilton was seventh for Mercedes with the most laps in the morning (89), and Stroll was tenth for Racing Point ahead of second Mercedes driver Bottas, who drove 90 laps and helped Mercedes to collect the most laps from all teams (179).

Vettel was the tenth for Ferrari with a few improvements to their car after sparking the first red flag in the morning for bringing gravel to the track in the Turn 8, and Leclerc took the SF1000 in the afternoon and finished 13th fastest.

Ricciardo was 11th for Renault, who drove 127 laps with Ocon, and Sainz was faster than Leclerc and Latifi, who had a problem with the oil system in his Williams.

Russell was two tenths slower than teammate Latifi ahead of Grosjean, who drove the most laps today from all drivers(107), but was the only one to drive all day.

Norris was 17th fastest for McLaren ahead of Raikkonen in Alfa and Ocon in Renault.

DAY 1 TEST 2 RESULTS

1 Robert Kubica
Alfa Romeo C39 / Ferrari 065
1:16.942
53
C5
2 Max Verstappen
Red Bull RB16 / Honda RA620H
1:17.347
84
C3
3 Sergio Pérez
Racing Point RP20 / Mercedes F1 M11 EQ Performance
1:17.428
84
C3
4 Daniil Kvyat
AlphaTauri AT01 / Honda RA620H
1:17.456
61
C2
5 Pierre Gasly
AlphaTauri AT01 / Honda RA620H
1:17.540
25
C4
6 Alexander Albon
Red Bull RB16 / Honda RA620H
1:17.550
29
C2
7 Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes F1 W11 EQ Performance / Mercedes F1 M11 EQ Performance
1:17.562
89
C2
8 Lance Stroll
Racing Point RP20 / Mercedes F1 M11 EQ Performance
1:17.787
43
C3
9 Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes F1 W11 EQ Performance / Mercedes F1 M11 EQ Performance
1:18.100
90
C3
10 Sebastian Vettel
Ferrari SF1000 / Ferrari 065
1:18.113
84
C3
11 Daniel Ricciardo
Renault R.S.20 / Renault E-Tech 20
1:18.214
53
C2
12 Carlos Sainz Jr.
McLaren MCL35 / Renault E-Tech 20
1:18.221
46
C3
13 Charles Leclerc
Ferrari SF1000 / Ferrari 065
1:18.244
80
C3
14 Nicholas Latifi
Williams FW43 / Mercedes F1 M11 EQ Performance
1:18.300
48
C4
15 George Russell
Williams FW43 / Mercedes F1 M11 EQ Performance
1:18.535
59
C3
16 Romain Grosjean
Haas VF-20 / Ferrari 065
1:18.670
107
C3
17 Lando Norris
McLaren MCL35 / Renault E-Tech 20
1:18.826
57
C2
18 Kimi Räikkönen
Alfa Romeo C39 / Ferrari 065
1:19.515
51
C3
19 Esteban Ocon
Renault R.S.20 / Renault E-Tech 20
1:21.542
74
C2

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