Jordan take over in Spain

Jordan's Jarno Trulli was fastest this morning at the ongoing multi-team test in Barcelona

Jordan take over in Spain

Times were up to eight seconds slower than yesterday, and conditions were cold for the area, with an ambient temperature of 12 degrees C and a track temperature of 17 degrees C.

Nick Heidfeld was second fastest, marking a significant improvement for the German Prost driver who has so far struggled in Formula 1.

Mika Hakkinen joined the McLaren team, stepping in for David Coulthard who has tested for the last two days, and was fourth behind the team's test driver Olivier Panis, who continues to test.

BAR's Patrick Lemarie finally managed to accrue a useful number of laps, the Canadian test driver running in single figures for the last two days. He ran for 26 laps and was 12th of 14.

1 Trulli Jordan 1m27.047
2 Heidfeld Prost 1m30.239
3 Panis McLaren 1m30.524
4 Hakkinen McLaren 1m31.412
5 Barrichello Ferrari 1m32.726
6 Frentzen Jordan 1m33.710
7 M Schumacher Ferrari 1m33.945
8 Zonta BAR 1m34.081
9 Salo Sauber 1m34.430
10 R Schumacher Williams 1m34.734
11 Wurz Benetton 1m34.750
12 Lemarie BAR 1m35.565
13 Herbert Jaguar 1m36.367
14 Fisichella Benetton 1m37.091

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