Davidson enjoys useful Jerez test with Aguri
21 June 2007 – Anthony Davidson took over the driving duties for the Super Aguri team on the final day of its test at the Circuito de Jerez in southern Spain. James Rossiter was in the car for the team for day one and two, but on the final day Davidson could take over and work on the Japanese car.
Davidson spent the morning completing engine mapping work whilst also practicing race starts. He continued with set-up work in the afternoon and completed a total of 78 laps for the day.
Looking back at his day of testing at Jerez Anthony Davidson said: "We have had perfect weather for testing and it was good to be back at the Jerez circuit again as I have not driven here for a while. I could feel the improvement made on the car since the winter, which is always positive. Today we worked mainly on traction control and some set-up work to give us better performance on long runs."
James Rossiter said about his two days of testing with the Super Aguri team: "It was a very good week in Jerez. For the two days that I was driving we worked on car set-up for Magny-Cours and to further our understanding of the Bridgestone tyres. The car balance was good and the longer runs went well. We also worked on optimising traction control with the Bridgestone engineers."