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05-27-2019, 02:29 AM -
Fernando Alonso finished more than 1. Reilly Smith Jersey .5s clear of his nearest challenger on an encouraging first day of in-season testing for McLaren at Silverstone. The Spaniard, who failed to score a point at the British GP despite the MP4-31s upgrades, set a 1:31.290 in the morning session before a downpour during the lunchtime break had teams ducking for cover in the pits.The pace was so impressive that Alonsos benchmark would have earned him sixth on the grid had he set it in Q3 last weekend. However, it was set on the supersoft tyre, a compound which wasnt then available to drivers. Leading the chasing pack was Mercedes youngster Esteban Ocon, who stuck to the medium compound for the entire morning and completed 80 laps, eventually adding 43 on a wet afternoon to rack up the most of the day.Alex Lynn enjoyed another test for Williams in third while current GP3 leader Charles Leclerc, fresh from his F1 debut in practice for Haas, finished fourth for Ferrari. Their times, however, were some three seconds shy of Alonsos best effort. See Red Bull test their newest safety device during mid-season testing at Silverstone Race regulars Carlos Sainz and Rio Haryanto finished sixth and ninth for Toro Rosso and Manor respectively while Pascal Wehrlein ran in eighth in the 2014 Mercedes car, testing 2017 tyre components and materials for Pirelli.But by far the most fascinating, if not surprising, story of the day came from Red Bull, who completed an installation lap with the Halo fitted to Pierre Gaslys car at the beginning of the test.Despite pioneering the Aeroscreen concept, Red Bull tested the cockpit protection system - which Ferrari have trialled twice this season, most frequently in last weeks British GP P1 - despite Christian Horners recent criticism of the device.Full story: Red Bull run Halo at SilverstoneThe team principal said he wouldnt be voting the Halo, FIAs preferred head safety mechanism for next season, in for 2017 and that it shouldnt be rushed through. Force India deputy team boss Bob Fernley, speaking to Sky Sports News HQ on Tuesday,  agreed with Horner - adding that he thought a driver could get hurt.We need to do a lot more work to understand that the Halo isnt going to create other problems, which I think it will do, he told Craig Slater. I think you could actually create other opportunities for injuries to drivers and therefore its not the right solution.Gasly, meanwhile, said the Halo looked a bit weird and that he believed Formula 1 should stay the way it is. Watch 10 of the 11 teams in action at F1s mid-season testing at Silverstone On slick tyres and in the dry, a flurry of activity at the start of the day saw Ocon, who is testing on both days for Mercedes because of their need to field a young driver, rush to the top of the timesheets. But the Frenchman, a reserve driver at Renault this season, was quickly leapfrogged by Fernando Alonso.The 34-year-olds fastest time came during a three-lap stint on the supersoft tyre, with Ocon concentrating on longer medium stints in the W07. Alonso eventually completed 105 laps and was by far the most experienced driver on display. In fact, by taking him out of the equation, the average age of the field was less than 20 years old.Nikita Mazepin, 17, and Santino Ferrucci, 18, helped lower that average age on their F1 debuts for Force India and Haas. Mazepin, a Formula Renault 2.0 driver finished fifth with a 1:34.521, with GP2 competitor Ferruci down in seventh. Sergey Sirotkin of Renault and Gasly propped up the field but the Red Bull youngster was plagued by a wiring problem all morning, only managing nine laps in the dry. When the issue was fixed and the engine was fired up again, the heavy rain had started.The torrential downpour was lengthy, if not as sudden as the shower that saw Sundays race start behind a Safety Car, and few teams ran on the full wet tyre. Conditions slowly improved but the track didnt dry out, while the afternoon session was bizarrely interrupted by a red flag when a piece of wood fell from the lighting gantry above the pit-straight. The two-metre long baton fell to the near-side of the track before being quickly removed - but it was certainly a safety scare.The first day of the second and final in-season test of 2016 finished with limited running on the intermediate tyre - though no one could get close to Alonso. The test concludes on Wednesday, with the green flag at 9am. See the full driver line-up here. Silverstone in-season test, day one1. Fernando Alonso, McLaren, 1:31.290, 105 laps2. Esteban Ocon, Mercedes, 1:32.833, 123 laps3. Alex Lynn, Williams, 1:34.433, 54 laps4. Charles Leclerc, Ferrari, 1:34.466, 19 laps5. Nikita Mazepin, Force India, 1:34.521, 35 laps6. Carlos Sainz, Toro Rosso, 1:34.643, 91 laps7. Santino Ferrucci, Haas, 1:34.866, 55 laps8. Pascal Wehrlein, Pirelli test, 1:34.982, 48 laps9. Rio Haryanto, Manor, 1:35.631, 64 laps10. Sergey Sirotkin, 1:36.575, Renault, 48 laps11. Pierre Gasly, 1:43.891, Red Bull, 50 lapsDont miss Wednesdays F1 Report at 8.30pm as Sky F1s Ted Kravitz and 1981 Silverstone winner John Watson join Marc Priestley to review the British GP and Lewis Hamiltons latest triumph. Also See: Full 2016 calendar and TV times Hamilton riding a wave of form Red Bull run Halo at Silverstone Silverstone test line-up Oscar Dansk Jersey . The 49ers, 6-2 and riding a five-game winning streak following the bye week, also waived cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha and activated cornerback Eric Wright from the reserve/non-football injury list. Manningham made 42 receptions for 449 yards and one touchdown in 12 games and 10 starts last season before injuring his left knee in a loss at Seattle Dec. Brad Hunt Jersey . Nowitzki scored 28 points, Harris had a season-high 14 for the second straight game and the Dallas Mavericks beat the Detroit Pistons 116-106 Sunday night. http://www.officialgoldenknightspro.com/...ts-jersey/ .com) - The Winnipeg Jets got over one hurdle by snapping their longest losing streak of the season.BROSSARD, Que. - Brian Gionta knows what happened the last time the Montreal Canadiens opened a playoff series with a pair of wins on the road. It was in 2011, and the Boston Bruins stormed back to win on a Nathan Horton shot off a defencemans leg in Game 7 overtime. Before that was 2006, when the Canadiens took the opening two games in Carolina only to drop the next four, partly through losing star centre Saku Koivu to a series-ending eye injury from an accidental high stick by Justin Williams in Game 4. Both times, the team that came back to beat the Canadiens went on to win the Stanley Cup. After taking their opening two games of this years playoffs with wins of 5-4 and 4-1 over the Lightning in Tampa, Fla., Gionta doesnt want history to repeat itself. "Its huge, but at the end of the day, we fell into that trap against Boston a few years back," the Canadiens captain said Saturday. "We won two games in their building and we came back and let off the gas a bit. "So we need to make sure that our focus is on (Sunday) night and make sure we do what we did in the first two games." Game 3 of the best-of-seven series is set for Sunday night at the Bell Centre, where a wall of sound from the 21,273 spectators is expected to greet the Canadiens. They didnt skate after a late-night flight home from Tampa, but the message from the coach Michel Therrien and his staff was about taking care of business on home ice. "We all understand that the farther you get in the playoffs the more difficult the games are to play," said Therrien. "Were glad were back at home, but I like our focus. "We have a business mentality. Its about preparing ourselves for (the next game)." Therrien has much to be pleased about. His team has had the edge on the Lightning for all but the first period of Game 2 on Saturday night, when strong goaltending from Carey Price kept the game scoreless until Montreal took control in the second frame on a power-play goal from David Desharnais and Rene Bourques first of the game. Brendan Gallagher and Bourque added goals in the third before Teddy Purcell got one — on a power play plus the goalie pulled for an extra attacker — at 18:01. The Desharnais goal broke a nine-game drought for the Montreal power play. They have also been getting scoring from all four lines. EEight different forwards have scored goals, which takes some pressure off the top unit of Desharnais, Max Pacioretty and Thomas Vanek. Jonathan Marchessault Jersey. Desharnais got his first goal in 12 career post-season games, while Paciorettys assist on the same tally was his first point in six career playoff games. The line combined for 22 shots in two games, so it should produce more as the playoffs go on. The Canadiens also took advantage of the absence of Tampa Bays injured top goalie Ben Bishop by beating Anders Lindback eight times in two games and adding another against Kristers Gudlevskis — the Latvian who made 55 stops in a 2-1 loss to Canada at the Sochi Olympics. Gudlevskis let in one goal on three Montreal shots. And they held Tampa Bay star Steven Stamkos to two goals, both in Game 1, and no assists, although the gifted sniper has nine shots on goal. So the Canadiens are in good position to win a playoff series for the first time since goalie Jaroslav Halaks heroics got them to the Eastern Conference final in 2010. But they know how far away that goal is. All-time, the Canadiens are 49-5 when leading a best-of-seven series 2-0, but have lost three of the last four times in that situation. "Theyre going to make adjustments," said Gionta. "Its the playoffs and youve got to try to read what theyre going to do, make adjustments on the fly, and see what happens. "I thought we did a fairly good job of that (Friday) night. We need to do it again." Giontas line with centre Lars Eller and left-winger Bourque has been particularly solid. Eller entered this years post-season with two assists in eight career games, but now leads the team with a goal and two assists. Bourque was a target for fans all through a sub-par regular season with nine goals in 63 games in which he was made a healthy scratch for the first time in his career. He sat out five straight games in March. He may get a warmer reception after two solid games in Tampa, including his first career playoff game with more than one goal. "Since hes back in our lineup, before the playoffs, Rene Bourque was playing the way we expect him to play," said Therrien. "We dont judge players only on goals and assists. "What I like is that hes engaged in the game. Hes physical. Hes going hard to the net and he got rewarded." 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