Over the course of a productive session, the team managed to get through its full planned program, which, like yesterday, focused largely on aerodynamic testing. Having amassed a vast amount of data over the past three days, the team will now return to its Milton Keynes base where analysis can take place in the run-up to next week's Spanish Grand Prix.
The world champion commented that he had enjoyed his time at the Tuscan track and that the test had been worthwhile.
"It's been a useful couple of days and I've enjoyed the track a lot," said Sebastian. "As usual we now have a lot of data to get through and that will take some time. We tried a few things and the results look encouraging; it's always difficult to tell whether we improved and by how much, but we got some good laps and some good information."
Driver: Sebastian Vettel
Laps: 106 laps
Best time: 1:21.267
Circuit length: 5.245km
Fastest lap: R. Grosjean (1:21.035)