Jerez stats: Combined times and cumulative distances

The first pre-season test is now over and Ferrari have emerged as a potential title challenger with Kimi Raikkonen topping the combined times, whilst Ferrari power locked out three of the top five positions.

However testing is exactly that and nobody knows what each other is doing, therefore it's unwise to make assumptions for the year ahead by simply looking at times.

Reliability is a more accurate indicator, and by the looks of things, Mercedes have made a big leap forward with a combined mileage of 1,416 miles, whilst its engine covered 2,703 miles. Quite a significant amount of running compared to Honda at just 217 miles.

Jerez: Combined Test Times by Driver

# Driver Team Time Laps
01. K. Raikkonen Ferrari 1:20.841 198
02. S. Vettel Ferrari 1:20.984 148
03. F. Nasr Sauber 1:21.545 197
04. N. Rosberg Mercedes 1:21.982 308
05. M. Ericsson Sauber 1:22.019 185
06. L. Hamilton Mercedes 1:22.172 207
07. F. Massa Williams 1:22.276 144
08. V. Bottas Williams 1:22.319 134
09. M. Verstappen Toro Rosso 1:22.553 170
10. P. Maldonado Lotus 1:22.713 137
11. C. Sainz Jr Toro Rosso 1:23.187 182
12. D. Ricciardo Red Bull 1:23.338 83
13. R. Grosjean Lotus 1:23.802 53
14. D. Kvyat Red Bull 1:23.975 81
15. J, Button McLaren 1:27.660 41
16. F. Alonso McLaren 1:35.553 38

Jerez: Cumulative Distance by Team

# Driver Laps Miles
01. Mercedes 515 1,416
02. Sauber 382 1,050
03. Toro Rosso 352 968
04. Ferrari 346 951
05. Williams 278 764
06. Lotus 190 522
07. Red Bull 164 451
08. McLaren 79 217

Jerez: Cumulative Distance by Power Unit

# Driver Laps Miles
01. Mercedes 983 2,703
02. Ferrari 728 2,002
03. Renault 516 1,419
04. Honda 79 217