Putting in 25 laps on his first day in the Marussia MR03, Jules Bianchi was pleased with his running at Jerez.
Although Marussia's first test of the year got off to a delayed start with the car only arriving in Spain on Thursday, the team was quickly into the action.
Max Chilton put in the first laps on Thursday before handing the car over to Bianchi for the fourth and final day.
The Ferrari-backed driver completed 25 laps and finished sixth quickest on the day having ventured out late in the day when the track was at its best.
"I was really excited to get my first taste of the new MR03 and I like it a lot!" the Frenchman enthused.
"The car feels great to drive and I'm...
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