Ferrari: Made progress with the development of the F138 3 March, 2013 Fernando Alonso Fernando Alonso was at the wheel of the F138 as winter testing concluded today for Scuderia Ferrari and the other ten Formula 1 teams ahead of the start of the 2013 World Championship. Another day of sun allowed the team to complete an intensive programme of work without problems. In the morning, Fernando made progress with the development of the F138, working on different car set-ups and comparisons between the various types of tyre – including some experimental ones brought to the Circuit de Catalunya by Pirelli. In the afternoon the team continued with tyre comparisons before switching the focus to checking some aerodynamic solutions and ending the day with some pit-stop simulations. The next on-track action is scheduled for Friday 15 March at Melbourne’s Albert Park, when the curtain opens on the first session of free practice for the Australian Grand Prix. Tweet Related NewsVettel first Ferrari test not breach of contractRed Bull play hardball block Vettel’s Ferrari testDe la Rosa: Ferrari not giving up on this yearBianchi: When Ferrari need me I am readyFerrari: We completed our programme and lapped quicklyDe la Rosa says F1 drivers doing too little drivingFerrari: We learned a lotFerrari: We made up for time lost on day oneFerrari report from Barcelona testTech Talk: What did Ferrari have in their bag of tricks at the final test in Bahrain? Forza Ferrari Gooooo Ferrari!!! Let the racing begin!