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Testing roundup - top teams run separately 22 Sep 2003

Marc Gene (ESP) Williams BMW FW25.
Formula One World Championship, Rd14, Italian Grand Prix, Monza, Italy, 13 September 2003

Last week saw another flurry of testing activity as the Formula One teams made their final on-track preparations for this weekend's United States Grand Prix at Indianapolis.

There were multi-team sessions at Jerez, Barcelona and Silverstone, with Ferrari, Williams and McLaren topping the respective timesheets. Ferrari also worked alone at Monza and Fiorano, while Mugello hosted Minardi for a day.

Toyota conducted an additional one-day session at Paul Ricard, while BAR supplemented their Jerez testing by running Anthony Davidson for two days at Idiada in Spain.

See also: Tuesday's testing report.
See also: Wednesday's testing report.
See also: Thursday's testing report.
See also: Friday's testing report.
See also: Minardi put 'new' PS04 through its paces
See also: Button crashes out of Jerez test

Unofficial best times of the week, Silverstone:
1. Juan Pablo Montoya, Williams, 1:19.966
2. Marc Gene, Williams, 1:20.750
3. Ralph Firman, Jordan, 1:23.171
4. Zsolt Baumgartner, Jordan, 1:23.364

Unofficial best times of the week, Barcelona:
1. David Coulthard, McLaren, 1:16.366
2. Kimi Raikkonen, McLaren, 1:16.431
3. Alexander Wurz, McLaren, 1:16.690
4. Cristiano da Matta, Toyota, 1:17.356
5. Franck Montagny, Renault, 1:17.392

Unofficial best times of the week, Jerez:
1. Michael Schumacher, Ferrari, 1:18.456
2. Nick Heidfeld, Sauber, 1:19.235
3. Ricardo Zonta, Toyota, 1:19.462
4. Heinz-Harald Frentzen, Sauber, 1:19.990
5. Jenson Button, BAR, 1:20.112
6. Takuma Sato, BAR, 1:20.425
7. Jacques Villeneuve, BAR, 1:20.905