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Silverstone YDT Day 1 – Results


Kevin Magnussen puts McLaren on top at the first day of Formula 1’s Silverstone young driver test.

Jenson Button leads Sergio PerezThe Dane had not been a factor at the head of the timesheets until the final twenty minutes, when he bolted on medium tyres and set a 1:33.602 that would prove unmatched for the remainder of the session.

While the afternoon did not yield massive improvements, positions changed hands multiple times as drivers found incremental gains.

Pos. Drivers Teams Time Laps
01. Denmark Kevin Magnussen United Kingdom Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 1:33.602 100
02. United Kingdom Paul di Resta India Sahara Force India 1:33.774 58
03. Portugal Antonio Felix Da Costa Austria Infiniti Red Bull Racing 1:33.821 82
04. United Kingdom James Calado India Sahara Force India 1:33.986 27
05. Spain Daniel Juncadella United Kingdom Williams F1 Team 1:34.098 55
06. Venezuela Johnny Cecotto Italy Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:34.193 75
07. Holland Robin Frijn Switzerland Sauber F1 Team 1:34.236 72
08. France Nicolas Prost United Kingdom Lotus F1 Team 1:34.810 72
09. Italy Davide Rigon Italy Scuderia Ferrari 1:34.784 76
10. USA Alexander Rossi Malaysia Caterham F1 Team 1:35.651 69
11. Cyprus Tio Ellias Russia Marussia F1 Team 1:36.676 36
12. United Kingdom Max Chilton Russia Marussia F1 Team 1:38.347 27