APRIL 3, 2001
Badoer starts testing work for Ferrari at Fiorano
FERRARI test-driver Luca Badoer resumed testing for the Italian team at their Fiorano circuit on Tuesday.
Fiorano was re-opened on Tuesday after reconstruction work and Italian Badoer completed seven-and-a-half hours of testing at the track.
Badoer worked on new electronic solutions in preparation for the re-introduction of traction control at the Spanish Grand Prix on April 29.
He completed 81 laps, with 18 on the short track, and 11 practice starts. Badoer's best time was one minute and 01.479 seconds and he will continue testing on Wednesday.
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