With the sole three-day pre-season testing done and dusted, teams and drivers are now fully concentrated on analysing the data they have gathered over the course of the short running in Bahrain. F1Technical's senior writer Balázs Szabó delivers the reaction from the ten teams.
Ferrari’s Monegasque driver Charles Leclerc posted the quickest lap on the final day of pre-season testing in Bahrain to end the running on top ahead of Mercedes racer George Russell and Stake F1 driver Zhou Guanyu.
Despite links to several Formula One teams, former Ferrari Team Principal Mattia Binotto decided to leave motorsport behind to lead TEXA's E-Powertrain division.
Ferrari driver Carlos Sainz set the pace on the second day of pre-season testing at the Bahrain International Circuit, as the Spaniard elected to perform several qualifying simulation runs on Pirelli's C3 and C4 compound.
Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc ended the second morning session of the three-day pre-season testing in Bahrain on top after the running came to an early end due to a required track inspection.
Max Verstappen continued to impress at the hands of the brand new Red Bull RB20, leaving the competition nowhere near his performance. Closest rival Norris was more than a second off in a session that saw amazing reliability and no stoppages.