SEPTEMBER 19, 2002
Frentzen impresses Sauber, then crashes
Before his crash, the ex-Arrows driver completed over seventy laps, setting a best time of 1:21.648, about two tenths of a second off Heidfeld's best time Wednesday.
"This was in fact a very impressive come back to the Sauber team by Heinz-Harald," said Peter Sauber. "He completed 71 laps and set the fastest time of the day, and he achieved this in a seating position which is only a compromise for him."
Giancarlo Fisichella continued work for Jordan, and Fernando Alonso and Oliver Gavin continued testing at Silverstone for Renault Thursday alongside Frentzen.
Thursday was the last day of testing in Silverstone, as the teams will now prepare to ship their equipment to the US.