Thomas Couyotopoulo, Sporting Director of Racing Engineering:
"We have been very busy during these three days of testing in Jerez due to the extensive program we planned to do. The new 2012 regulations opened new possibilities and combinations of choices, which make the work more complicated, but also more interesting. But this also means it's harder to compare the performance of 26 cars during a test day.
We still have a lot to do and will work hard again in Barcelona to continue with our development and preparation work."
Fabio Leimer: "The last three days were very positive. Everything we planned to test, we could actually do and we had no problem with that. We gained a lot of important information and were also able to obtain more insights about the new tyres, prime and option. Today we were also doing some long runs and this brought us ahead. I am very satisfied with the last three days and now we prepare the next three days in Barcelona."
Nathanaël Berthon: "We had three days of hard work with a really big program. We never searched for the fast lap times, but worked hard having what will be necessary for the championship in mind. I think with the program we did, we have a lot of information to work with now and we will have a lot of work in Barcelona as well with the goal to be strong in Barcelona."