Ferrari and Badoer continue at Fiorano

DECEMBER 8, 2000

Ferrari and Badoer continue at Fiorano

ITALIAN Luca Badoer completed Ferrari's four-day testing program at Fiorano on Thursday as he continued work on new components for the 2001 season.

The team's official test driver has been on duty all week as the Italian marque step up their preparations as they bid to defend their double championship success.

Badoer, who also did some practice starts, completed 66 laps as he posted a best lap time of one minute and 01.138 seconds. He will return to Fiorano next week to continue work on the 2001 challenger.

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