JANUARY 17, 2001
Jerez test ends with Badoer on top
FERRARI test driver Luca Badoer narrowly outpaced British American Racing's Olivier Panis to top the times on the final day of a three-day test at Jerez on Wednesday.
The Italian driver, who was confirmed as Ferrari's official tester for another season on Tuesday, posted a quickest lap time of one minute and 22.783 seconds as he continued work on electronics in his 104-lap program.
Frenchman Panis was one-tenth of a second slower than Badoer while Formula One newcomer Kimi Raikkonen, almost a second down on Badoer, was third quickest in his Sauber ahead of the BAR of Jacques Villeneuve.
Times from Wednesday's testing at Jerez:
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