Ferrari confirmed their fast start to 2016 testing by setting the pace again on the final day of the first Barcelona test - but McLaren ended the week with fresh reliability concerns. After being knocked off the top of the order by Force Indias Nico Hulkenberg on Day Three following Sebastian Vettels eye-catching start, Ferraris radical SF16-H returned to the head of the timesheet in the hands of Kimi Raikkonen as the Scuderia again flew on Pirellis quickest tyre.Raikkonens morning ultrasoft-shod time of 1:23.477 was 0.816s faster than Red Bulls Daniil Kvyat could manage on the same compound, but came up short of team-mate Vettels 1:22.810 from Day Two. Vettels lap therefore stands as the fastest time of the test. The car feels nice and we have got lot of things to try and test and tune, but this is definitely a step up from what we had last year, said Raikkonen.But while Ferrari ended the week where they started it, great rivals McLaren ended up where they hoped not to return in 2016 - the bottom of the timesheet. Sky Sports F1 writer Will Esler is joined by Ted Kravitz to review the first test Mercedes trial S-duct nose on the W07The MP4-31 had run reliably on the opening two days at Barcelona but fluid leaks restricted McLaren to just 54 laps across Wednesday and Thursday - a measly three of which were racked up by Fernando Alonso on the final day. After a hydraulic leak had cost Jenson Button most of Wednesday afternoons session, Alonso took to the track early on Day Four but the car was soon struck down by a coolant leak and, despite the teams best efforts, never returned.McLaren, who had prioritised distance running for this week, ended the test second bottom of the mileage charts.To compound McLaren-Hondas latest woes, reliability was easier to come by for the rest of the field with Renault in particular making up ground after a difficult start to their week.Kevin Magnussen completed the most laps for any one driver - 153 before the RS16 stopped on track late on. The Dane also showed good pace, finishing fifth fastest with Force India development driver Alfonso Celis fourth.Seeing the problems on the first two days it was concerning and I was worrying a bit about getting as many laps as I wanted - but Ive certainly got that now, said the Dane at the end of his first week back as an F1 race driver.Its been a really good couple of days. Its been perfect in terms of getting back into it. But, for the fourth successive day, no team topped Mercedes mileage as the world champions again split their running between Lewis Hamilton (99 laps) and Nico Rosberg (86 laps). They finished the test just shy of 2,000 miles.And while their pace may again not have caught the eye, additions to the W07 did as the team debuted a new nose and downforce-assisting S-duct.Its a really exciting time for us, Hamilton told Sky Sports News HQ. Ive never had a week like this when the car has just kept going on and on on. Its been physically challenging. Its been incredible. Im so proud of my guys. After two really successful years its really easy to drop the ball and be chilled but everyone has worked even harder than before - which we thought was impossible.Hamilton: Rosberg rivalry is realToro Rosso and Sauber - giving the final send-off to their 2015 car ahead of the C35s arrival at next weeks second test - also topped a century of laps to finish fifth and sixth on the timesheet respectively and ahead of both of Mercedes drivers. After an impressive first week in F1, Haas attempted a race simulation with Esteban Gutierrez but were stopped in their tracks by first a red flag for Manors Rio Haryanto - who spun into the barriers at turn five - and then a stoppage for their own VF-16.Day Four timesheet1. Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari, 1:23.477, ultrasoft tyres, 80 laps2. Daniil Kvyat, Red Bull, 1:24.293, ultrasoft tyres, 96 laps3. Alfonso Celis, Force India, 1:24.840, supersoft tyres, 75 laps4. Kevin Magnussen, Renault, 1:25.263, soft tyres, 153 laps5. Max Verstappen, Toro Rosso, 1:25.393, medium tyres, 110 laps6. Felipe Nasr, Sauber, 1:26.053, soft tyres, 121 laps7. Nico Rosberg, Mercedes, 1:26.187, medium tyres, 86 laps8. Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, 1:26.295, medium tyres, 99 laps9. Felipe Massa, Williams, 1:26.942, medium tyres, 54 laps10. Esteban Gutierrez, Haas, 1:27.802, medium tyres, 89 laps11. Rio Haryanto, Manor, 1:28.266, soft tyres, 51 laps12. Fernando Alonso, McLaren, No time, 3 laps. Conclusions from F1 testing Have Ferrari and Mercedes moved further clear of the field? Every race live in 2016 Sky Sports F1 brings you every race live in 2016. Fast and easy online upgrade - click here. Also See: F1 gossip column Every 2016 race live Allen Iverson Jersey . Tomas Berdych and Radek Stepanek defeated Nenad Zimonjic and Ilija Bozoljac 6-2, 6-4, 7-6 (4) on the indoor hard-court at Belgrade Arena. The victory improved the Czech pairs impressive cup doubles record to 14-1. Moses Malone Jersey . 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State held on to upset rival North Carolina 28-21 on Friday, earning bowl eligibility while also locking up a division title for Virginia Tech.Its been a frustrating season for the Wolfpack (6-6, 3-5 Atlantic Coast Conference), who seemingly had victories in hand against a pair of nationally ranked division rivals -- Clemson and Florida State -- only to let them get away.It definitely makes you feel the worth of all your work, coach Dave Doeren said. Were playing every game but one -- Louisville -- for four quarters, toe to toe, with every team. We havent won enough of them. I agree. But we are so much more competitive than weve ever been.In what at times seemed like a replay of N.C. States 35-7 rout here two years ago, Matt Dayes rushed for 104 yards and two touchdowns. The second of those put the Wolfpack up 21-0 early in the second quarter.Samuels threw a 59-yard touchdown pass to Stephen Louis on a trick play on the opening drive, and ran 4 yards for the TD that made it 28-7.Mitch Trubisky threw three touchdown passes for the Tar Heels (8-4, 5-3), including a 48-yarder to Bug Howard that made it a seven-point game with 7:52 left. But on their next possession, they were stopped on downs near midfield with 3:10 to go and N.C. State ran out the clock -- with backup quarterback Jalen McClendon sealing it with a 14-yard run on third-and-5 with about 2 minutes left.Its about these players and these coaches hanging together amid a lot of heartbreaking days and negativity and doubt, Doeren said. Guys just kept fighting with each other and for each other and they knew where our program is headed. ... Today was about mastering ourselves and finding a way to win and doing it against our rival.The Tar Heels, 10 1/2-point favorites, needed a win and a Virginia Tech loss to Virginia to earn a second straight ACC championship game berth. This loss locks the Hokies into next weeks matchup with No. 4 Clemson in Orlando, Florida.THE TAKEAWAYN.C. State: This should take some heat off Doeren, who had been drawing criticism from a segment of the fan base after going 8-23 in ACC games before this one. In four years, Doeren now has wwon almost as many ACC games at UNCs Kenan Stadium (two) as he has at his own Carter-Finley Stadium (three).ddddddddddddNorth Carolina: By losing to a pair of neighborhood rivals -- both of whom were under .500 at the time -- the Tar Heels blew their chance to repeat as Coastal champions. They lost to Duke and N.C. State in the same season for the first time since 2003, and in some ways this game felt like an extension of the loss in Durham -- with the Tar Heels managing a combined 13 points in the last two quarters of that game and the first three of this one.Thats on us, running back Elijah Hood said about the teams lack of focus. Weve got to go out there -- were on the football field, the balls coming to us, weve got to make that catch. Theres really no excuse for it.THE BRAWLThings got chippy late in the first half when UNC DT Jalen Dalton was ejected for throwing a punch during a fight that cleared the benches. The skirmish broke out near midfield with about six minutes left in the half after N.C. States Matt Dayes fumbled. The ball squirted about 20 yards downfield with at least four players trying to scoop it up. That led to a pileup near midfield, and Dalton appeared to hit Wolfpack lineman Terronne Prescod. Later in the skirmish, UNC coach Larry Fedora unsuccessfully tried to restrain Dalton by the back of his collar. After a review, the pass was ruled incomplete.KEY MOMENTNorth Carolina trailed 21-7 at halftime and started the second half by recovering an onside kick to seemingly seize momentum. But during an official review, it was determined that Ayden Bonilla had delivered an illegal block before Anthony Ratliff-Williams recovered the ball. That wiped out the recovery and required a rekick, and N.C. State then chewed up 6 1/2 minutes with a 14-play drive that ended with Samuels touchdown run that made it 28-7.UP NEXTN.C. State: This victory earned the Wolfpack a spot in a bowl game, and on Dec. 4 theyll find out who and where they play.North Carolina: The Tar Heels wont have to worry about flying to Orlando next week for the ACC championship game. 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