Jerez test in numbers - who went fastest, and furthest

One should never read too much into testing times - especially when that test was effectively an extended shake-down, as last week’s Jerez session was for most - but that doesn’t mean they don't make for interesting reading, and Kevin Magnussen will no doubt be more than happy to leave Spain with the quickest overall time after his debut as a McLaren race driver. 

Even more interesting, however, in the context of the 2014 regulation changes is which teams completed the most mileage - and with which power unit…

This week’s official aggregate test times from Jerez:
1. Kevin Magnussen, McLaren, 1m 23.276s, 162 laps
2. Felipe Massa, Williams, 1m 23.700s, 133 laps
3. Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, 1m 23.952s, 121 laps 
4. Jenson Button, McLaren, 1m 24.165s, 83 laps
5. Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari, 1m 24.812s, 78 laps 
6. Valtteri Bottas, Williams, 1m 25.344s, 42 laps
7. Fernando Alonso, Ferrari, 1m 25.495s, 173 laps 
8. Nico Rosberg, Mercedes, 1m 25.588s, 188 laps 
9. Nico Hulkenberg, Force India, 1m 26.096s, 17 laps 
10. Sergio Perez, Force India, 1m 28.376s, 48 laps 
11. Daniel Juncadella, Force India, 1m 29.457s, 81 laps
12. Jean-Eric Vergne, Toro Rosso, 1m 29.915s, 45 laps 
13. Adrian Sutil, Sauber, 1m 30.161s, 103 laps 
14. Jules Bianchi, Marussia, 1m 32.222s, 25 laps
15. Esteban Gutierrez, Sauber, 1m 33.270s, 60 laps 
16. Marcus Ericsson, Caterham, 1m 37.975s, 12 laps 
17. Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull, 1m 38.320s, 11 laps
18. Kamui Kobayashi, Caterham, 1m 43.193s, 54 laps
19. Daniil Kvyat, Toro Rosso, 1m 44.016s, 9 laps
20. Daniel Ricciardo, Red Bull, 1m 45.374s, 10 laps
21. Robin Frijns, Caterham, No time, 10 laps
22. Max Chilton, Marussia, No time, 5 laps

Total laps run - by team (power unit, where different):
1. Mercedes, 309
2. Ferrari, 251
3. McLaren (Mercedes), 245
4. Williams (Mercedes), 175
5. Sauber (Ferrari), 163
6. Force India (Mercedes), 146
7. Caterham (Renault), 76
8. Toro Rosso (Renault), 54
9. Marussia (Ferrari), 30
10. Red Bull (Renault), 21

Total laps run - by power unit:
1. Mercedes, 875 (4 teams)
2. Ferrari, 444 (3 teams)
3. Renault, 151 (3 teams)

Longest stints - by tyre compound:
- 10 laps on the supersoft compound
- 9 laps on the soft compound
- 17 laps on the medium compound
- 24 laps on the hard compound
- 23 laps on the ‘winter’ compound
- 26 laps on the intermediate compound
- 13 laps on the wet compound

Jerez test comparison - 2013 versus 2014
2013 - 3,531 total laps (15,634 kilometres) completed in four days
2014 - 1,470 total laps (6,509 kilometres) completed in four days