Jules Bianchi tops on day two at Silverstone
Regular Marussia driver Jules Bianchi made the most of his opportunity with Ferrari to set the pace on the second and final day of Formula 1 testing at Silverstone.
Bianchi, drafted in to replace bruised Kimi Raikkonen who was injured in a crash on lap one of the British Grand Prix, hit the front in the final hour as he worked down to a 1:35.262.
That was enough to put him a quarter of a second clear of early pacesetter Toro Rosoo driver Daniil Kvyat, who managed a best lap of 1:35.544.
Kevin Magnussen, fastest in the early stages of the day, was next best. The McLaren driver the busiest of all on the day, racking up a total of 91 laps in...
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