Sebastian Vettel set the pace in the final day of Young Driver Test at Silverstone.

Susie_Wolff-SilverstoneThe reigning world champion was running the evaluation tyres brought by Pirelli when he stopped the clock at 1:32.894 managing to squeeze ahead of Force India’s Adrian Sutil and Lotus’ Nicolas Prost.

But the highlights of the day turned out to be the performance of Susie Wolff who was on duty for Williams. The last time Wolff raced was in the DTM series in 2012, since then her appearances in a race car have been infrequent, but that was no deterrent as she powered around the grand prix circuit in a time of 1:35.093 – under a second slower than the team’s regular driver Pastor Maldonado and .462 seconds down on young driver Daniel Juncadella – the pair having tested on the previous two days.

Pos.DriversTeamsTimeLaps
01.Deutschland Sebastian VettelAustria Infiniti Red Bull Racing1:32.89478
02.Deutschland Adrian SutilIndia Sahara Force India1:33.24299
03.France Nicolas ProstUnited Kingdom Lotus F1 Team1:33.25663
04.Spain Carlos Sainz JrAustria Infiniti Red Bull Racing1:33.54635
05.Italy Davide RigonItaly Scuderia Ferrari1:33.58270
06.Brazil Felipe MassaItaly Scuderia Ferrari1:33.62469
07.France Jean Eric VergneAustria Infiniti Red Bull Racing1:33.64742
08.United Kingdom Gary PaffetUnited Kingdom Vodafone McLaren Mercedes1:34.92477
09.United Kingdom Susie WolffUnited Kingdom Williams F1 Team1:35.09389
10.Holland Giedo van der GardeMalaysia Caterham F1 Team1:35.15565
11.Russia Daniil KvyatItaly Scuderia Toro Rosso1:35.28122
12.France Charles PicMalaysia Caterham F1 Team1:35.57660
13.Japan Kimiya SatoSwitzerland Sauber F1 Team1:35.64267
14.Venezuela Rodolfo GonzalesRussia Marussia F1 Team1:36.33924
15.United Kingdom James CaladoIndia Sahara Force India1:36.4516
16.France Jules BianchiRussia Marussia F1 Team1:36.74439

Image: Williams F1 Team