@YosephShibeshi: I don't think there's been enough running to make that assumption yet, plus I haven't been trackside yet so I haven't been able to see the tyres up close on those stints.
@Mcf1: Ferrari know all to well it's still playing catch up to Mercedes. No point coming out and promising wins and then failing to deliver - remember last year?
@RawPace: Given the uncertainty around these cars and the steep development arc still to come, I'd say the first few races are going to present a great opportunity for numerous teams. Look at Australia at the last couple of year's, there's always been one standout result which doesn't stand up against the rest of the season's form (Nasr in 2015, Grosjean in 2016).
Vandoorne has added two more laps to his name, but he's back in the garage.
@Sian: Absolutely (in relation to what I said earlier about Australian GP, for those just joining)
Magnussen on a quick lap in the Haas, he's just gone back out on track.
And as he flashes by the media centre, I can see why - a fresh set of red, super-soft boots on the Haas.
To both below, Hamilton's was set on the super-soft, Raikkonen's on the soft.
Bottas has four laps left on his race simulation.
@MB99999: Nope. A few of the team personnel we know have come up to us with big headphones on, but for obvious reasons at this stage in testing teams aren't too keen to be broadcasting what they're saying over the airwaves...
@Siddhesh: Maybe his current run, then. Either way, the board below said there were four laps left.
@Bjorn: Not if they can prove the suspension concepts in question were not designed to have an aerodynamic benefit. If they can do that, they will be fine.
Track looking a lot busier at the moment. Kvyat crosses on a personal best, set on super-soft tyres, but stays sixth.
Kvyat out there with Raikkonen, Magnussen, Bottas and Vandoorne.
@alanpmcurley: Times are the least of McLaren's concerns right now - his lsat lap was an out lap, so it's not representative. At the moment, McLaren will want a solid half hour of running with the MCL32.
Vandoorne's current best is 5.2s off Raikkonen's benchmark, but his time was set this afternoon when track conditions were much better. That should give you an example of how little times are relevant at the moment.
Magnussen returns to the pits, having completed 101 laps. He's the first man to hit a century of laps this afternoon.