Adrian Sutil, Force India, Young Drivers' Test, Silverstone, 2013

Young Drivers’ Test days two and three in pictures

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Adrian Sutil, Force India, Young Drivers' Test, Silverstone, 2013

Pictures from the second and third days of the Young Drivers? Test at Silverstone.

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  • 12 comments on “Young Drivers’ Test days two and three in pictures”

    1. Omar R (@omarr-pepper)
      19th July 2013, 18:42

      Did Ricciardo and Sainz Jr wore different helmets when swapping cars?

      1. Omar R (@omarr-pepper)
        19th July 2013, 18:45

        Oh yes! I have just noticed

      2. Yes: the Infiniti and Total sponsoring aren’t part of Toro Rosso’s guise. A bit over the top if you’d ask me.

      3. You also forgot different overalls. I was just about to make the comment on the helmet as well.

    2. No pics of Susie?

      1. Omar R (@omarr-pepper)
        19th July 2013, 21:50

        The selection of pics was done by Sir Stirling Moss

    3. Was Valsecchi testing Lotus’ new static charged KERS system?

    4. Now we know what Ricciardo’s helmet will look like if he gets the Red Bull seat (although the only differences are the sponsors).

    5. I hate how much of the helmet of Red Bull backed drivers is taken up by…Red Bull stuff! Ruins some pretty bland designs anyway, but to be fair they have almost no space to play with!

      1. Yes, I hate how Vettel’s helmet never changes.

    6. Ah Davide, do I have to tell you everything? That’s a Hungarian, not an Italian flag!

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