Jules Bianchi made the most of his Ferrari call up as he topped the times in the final day of the Silverstone test.
The Marussia driver, who was called up to replace Kimi Raikkonen following the Finn’s heavy crash during the British Grand Prix, surged to the top of the time sheets in the final hour of running.
Bianchi completed 89 untroubled laps with his personal best effort of 1.35.262s being two tenths quicker than Toro Rosso’s Daniil Kvyat. The Frenchman’s time was just two hundredths shy of the leading time set by Williams driver Felipe Massa on Tuesday.
McLaren’s Kevin Magnussen was third fastest having completed the most mileage of anyone on the day with 91 laps under his...
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