Another reliability issue hit Sebastian on the final day of pre-season testing, but Seb was still optimistic about his testing gains for Aston Martin. Seb completed a total of 56 laps (303 km), with a best time of 1:35.041.
Here’s what he said:
“We got plenty of laps on the board today, despite an early finish [caused by a loss of boost pressure]. Lance did a good amount of laps this morning too, so there’s a lot of data for us to work with. My running today was very useful and the track conditions were better, so that was a big help in understanding this car. This test has definitely helped me learn where I can improve as a driver with the car and where the team can improve the AMR21 too. It’s been a good learning curve and I’m excited to keep progressing with the car. I’m looking forward to racing here in Bahrain in two weeks.”