@joe: It's been an official lunch break for the last hour. But 29 laps isn't a great start to the week for Ferrari. Having said that only Williams really pressed ahead with some decent long runs in the morning.
@mfbull: This ain't like the movies
@brazzyfan: It's no bad thing that Sauber are at the top. The car is clearly not too shabby and should be a good step on last year. However, 10kg of fuel costs around 0.3s-0.4s per lap so if they are running light and some of the others are on 60kg or more then the lap isn't that spectacular. But that's one of the frustrating things about testing - we don't know the fuel loads
For those worrying about Ferrari's limited mileage in the morning, I have good news as a refuelled Raikkonen heads straight back out after lunch.
@IamaRedBull: By my reckoning, they still have quite a lot of work to do...
According to German magazine Auto Motor Und Sport, Rosberg has an inflamed nerve in his neck and couldn't drive today when Hamilton fell ill.
I think it's a shame they didn't use a lot more yellow and a lot less blue. Yellow F1 cars have always looked good.
@MarcosLeitão: When I was in Brazil last year the banks had big yellow signs with blue writing. Something similar would look good to me.
@GeorgeS: Unfortunately we don't have that data. Again, we would have to chain Nate to his desk and then move it to the window to get that sort of information reliably. However, we will do the best we can to keep you up to date.
@mfbull: The Jordans were good looking too. And very easy to spot if you want to promote a sponsor. I suppose the positive is that the Sauber will stand out in the crowd to some extent.
@Alfons: McLaren has said it will change its colour scheme for a sponsor but stopped short of saying whether that will happen before the start of the season. The Mercedes link has been pointed out, but McLaren say the current look is "an evolved colour scheme that firmly contextualises McLaren’s brand in the 21st century". Honestly, I didn't make that up.
@MIKEB: That was a Marlboro sponsored livery, so I don't think we'll be seeing it soon unfortunately. Even in the McLaren factory they have rounded off the tips of the Marlboro chevrons on their classic cars and removed the "Marlboro" logos to try to distance them from the fag brand. However, Ron Dennis thinks the day-glo red is the colour that best represents McLaren, which is why it's back on the car this year.
@IamaRedBull: It's certainly not going to plan at the moment. Reminds me of this time last year.