Pizzonia puts Schu in shade.
After the winter testing ban ended it was former British Formula Three champion Pizzonia, of Brazil, who set the pace as he put Ralf Schumacher in the shade.
Pizzonia clocked a best time of one minute 20.033 seconds after 66 laps in Spain, just clear of McLaren tester Alex Wurz but over half a second faster than Scotsman David Coulthard, last year's championship runner-up.
The Williams pair of Schumacher and Marc Gene ended the session fourth and fifth.
Jaguar's Eddie Irvine - now the oldest man on the grid - was over a second down on Pizzonia in sixth, ahead of fellow Briton Anthony Davidson in a BAR Testing was continuing today with Kimi Raikkonen set for his first run in a McLaren and Toyota having a chance to evaluate their progress.
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|Publication:||Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Jan 8, 2002|
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