Dani Clos: "We had two very productive days where we were able to get a lot of data. We leave from here with both positive and negative information, which we will have to study now. The next test is in Barcelona and we will be very eager to continue our work. We still have a bit to do and need to always be working at 100%."
Chris Vietoris: "The first meters in the new car were really exciting, especially as we had wet conditions. It was Monza 2010 since I was last in a GP2 car, so I needed to get used to it. But it went well and the first day finished with a little qualifying, as everyone put slicks on when the track was drying up at the end of the day. I feel very well in the car and today we adapted it even further to my needs. We also tried different things and have a lot of data to study now."
Alfonso de Orleáns-Borbón, president of Racing Engineering: "These two test days have been very positive and were able to gather a lot of information, which has been our objective, I think we are on the right path. We need to analyze the data obtained and prepare the last test of the season in Barcelona, before the season kicks off at the beginning of May. As usual, everyone has done a great job during these two days of testing."