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Jehan Daruvala, the winner of this year's last Formula 2 race, transferred his form to the post-season test, which was also held in Bahrain, but on a standard track configuration.
The Indian from Red Bull Junior Academy stayed in Carlin on the test and was the fastest in two of the three days. He was not the fastest only today, when he was surpassed by Louis Deletraz, the Charouz driver during the season, and now in the MP Motorsport car by a little less than two tenths. His fastest time today was two tenths slower than Daruval's time yesterday.
Dan Ticktum, who joined Carlina from DAMS, had a solid pace throughout all three days, and he was among the fastest four every day.
The fastest debutant was New Zealander Liam Lawson, a Red Bull junior who drove for Hitech. He drove the time during the second day, which was enough for fourth place then, and even today he was the fastest debutant with a fifth time. On the first day, the fastest debutant was F3 champion Oscar Piastri who has already been officially confirmed for a full season with Prem.
The two of them drove during all three days, and besides them, the debutants in the F2 car were Lirim Zendeli (MP Motorsport), Clement Novalak (the first two days in Trident, the third day in UNI-Virtuosi), Logan Sargeant (Campos), David Beckmann (Charouz), Matteo Nannini (HWA) and Bent Viscaal who drove for Trident only on the last day.
Vice-champion Callum Ilott played for Charouz on the first day, although he announced that he would not compete in F2 next year, and experienced Roberto Merhi joined the testing for HWA.
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