MAY 3, 2001
Ferrari continue electronic work
FERRARI continued work on their electronics systems at Fiorano on Thursday as Rubens Barrichello and test-driver Luca Badoer put the team's cars through their paces.
Brazilian Barrichello completed a total of 110 laps during the nine-hour session as he also worked on set-up and brakes. His fastest lap was timed at 59.672 seconds.
Italian Badoer completed 84 laps and 14 practice starts. His best time was one minute, 00.075 seconds and he will continue at the wheel on Friday, when he will be joined by reigning world champion Michael Schumacher.
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