APRIL 17, 2001
Ferrari back in action at Fiorano
AFTER the team's disappointing weekend at the San Marino Grand Prix, Rubens Barrichello was back in action at their Fiorano test track on Tuesday.
He joined long-term test driver Luca Badoer just two days after holding up Ferrari's pride with third place, and the pair worked on electronic systems and aerodynamic developments in a bid to return the team to form at the next race in Barcelona.
Badoer completed 74 laps, while Barrichello, who began testing after the lunch break, clocked up 60 and also undertook 8 practice starts.
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