Here are the full times from all four days of F1 testing, plus statistical team-by-team and engine manufacturer analysis from the first week in Barcelona.

By: Jonathan Noble, Formula 1 Editor

Here are the full times from all four days of F1 testing, plus statistical team-by-team and engine manufacturer analysis from the first week in Barcelona.

Formula 1's first pre-season test came to a close on Thursday with Sebastian Vettel's best lap from Tuesday being the fastest of the week.

But it was clear that this first test was not about ultimate performance, and was more about system checks and endurance running – which is where world champion Mercedes focused much of its effort.

There were a few headline-grabbing times from various people though, with the overall order behind Vettel being dominated by those teams that had opted to bring some softer tyres.

And while Mercedes never tried for times with anything other than mediums, second fastest Nico Hulkenberg's overall position was on supersofts – ahead of ultrasoft runners Kimi Raikkonen and Daniel Ricciardo.

Here are the best times and tyres from the first Barcelona test:

Pos.

Driver

Team

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Laps

Tyre

1.

 S.Vettel

Ferrari

1.24.939

1.22.810

 

 

195

U-soft

2.

 N.Hulkenberg

Force India

 

 

1.23.110

 

99

S-soft

3.

 K.Raikkonen

Ferrari

 

 

1.25.997

1:23.477

158

U-soft

4.

 D.Ricciardo

Red Bull

1.26.044

1.23.525

 

 

199

U-soft

5.

 S.Perez

Force India

 

1.23.650

 

 

101

S-soft

6.

 D.Kvyat

Red Bull

 

 

1.26.497

1.24.293

170

U-soft

7.

 A.Celis Jr

Force India

1.26.298

 

 

1.24.840 

133

S-soft

8.

 N.Rosberg

Mercedes

 

1.24.867

1.26.084

1.26.212

332

Medium

9.

 M.Ericsson

Sauber

1.27.555

1.25.237

 

 

196

Soft

10.

 K.Magnussen

Renault

 

 

1.26.014

1.25.263

264

Soft

11.

 M.Verstappen

Toro Rosso

 

1.26.539

 

1.25.393

231

Medium

12.

 L.Hamilton

Mercedes

1.25.409

 

1.26.421

1.26.295

343

Medium

13.

 E.Gutierrez

Haas

 

1.25.524

 

1.27.802

168

Soft

14.

 V.Bottas

Williams

1.26.091

1.25.648

 

 

214

Soft

15.

 R.Grosjean

Haas

1.28.399

 

1.25.874

 

113

Soft

16.

 P.Werhlein

Manor

1.28.292

1.25.925

 

 

125

Soft

17.

 F.Nasr

Sauber

 

 

1.26.392

1.26.053 

236

Soft

18.

 F.Alonso

McLaren

 

1.26.082

 

no time

122

Soft

19.

 J.Palmer

Renault

1.29.356

1.26.189

 

 

79

Soft

20.

 C.Sainz

Toro Rosso

1.27.180

 

1.26.239

 

216

Medium

21.

 F.Massa

Williams

 

 

1.26.712

1.26.483 

163

Soft

22.

 J.Button

McLaren

1.26.735

 

1.26.919

 

135

Soft

23.

 R.Haryanto

Manor

 

 

1.28.249

1.28.266

129

Soft

Racking up the miles

Here’s a look at the lap count sorted by team – with Mercedes completing just over 10 race distances, logging almost double the mileage of main rival Ferrari, and McLaren trailing every other team bar Manor:

 

Laps per team, cumulative infographic
Infographic by: Camille De Bastiani - CdeB DESIGN

Honda's mighty deficit

Things look even gloomier for McLaren when the engine manufacturers’ kilometers are compared, with Honda lagging badly behind the rest, even when the fact it only powers one team is taken into account:

 

Kilometers per power unit, cumulative infographic
Infographic by: Camille De Bastiani - CdeB DESIGN

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