@Efranov: Absolutely, big shame that.
I can see a few benefits of having number one status.
@Houstontifosi: I think Indycar is getting stronger and stronger ever year. I'd love to see the likes of JEV there.
Perez and Hulkenberg slot in behind Button in third and fourth.
Bit of a mis-mash of comments about two different things there but hopefully you're following.
Looks like Hamilton is about to enter the fray.
Also - here's a name you're going to need to start taking notice of this year.
Alonso heads out for his first lap in the McLaren today.
Maldonado has jumped into P1 with a 1:37.962.
Verstappen slots into second, posting a 1:37.991.
@ShreyKundra: It's hard to tell in these conditions, but the longer runs yesterday evening looked very close between both teams.
Rosberg slots ahead of Maldonado by three tenths to take P1.
That new benchmark a 1:37.599.
@jee1: I think the option has to be taken up by both parties.
Hamilton has started his first proper flying lap of the day.
@rockedin123: There's been talk of it but I think it's unlikely, unless Honda wants to supply a smaller team down the grid.
Looks like something has come off the back of Maldonado's Lotus.
Also seeing a replay of Hamilton running deep into Turn 1..
Vettel has gone P1 with a 1:37.290.