Vergne's car is in a really awkward position and there are some marshals walking sheepishly towards it. Possible we could see a red flag situation here.
Vergne waves to the crowd as he walks back to the paddock. Marshals are trying to get his car into neutral, doesn't look like they will be able to move it.
Red flags out just as the marshals get the car moving.
Vettel the only man to have done an installation lap and not posted a time, heading straight back into the garage and is yet to emerge.
@SahilShah: The team isn't worried about taking any penalties this season.
@mfbull: Love a good Trains, Planes reference.
I can imagine Sutil walking into Sauber and saying "You wanna hurt me....?"
That red flag means all the cars have returned to the garage. Session to resume in about two minutes from now.
@Salman: Yes, if Sauber wants him to not drive next year, it has to pay him off. My understanding is Nasr's contribution is so large Sauber can afford to pay Sutil off.
@SahilShah: I don't believe so, this morning's issues were related to his brakes.
Vettel and Raikkonen the first men out on track as the session goes green again
Rosberg quickly joins them.
Alonso and Ricciardo join the track for the first time in this session.
Gutierrez is asked to box with more MGU-K problems.
Raikkonen has improved to P1 with a time of 1:14.981.
That time is knocked down by three tenths exactly as Rosberg reclaims the top spot.
@Oliver: Worth remembering we never know fuel loads and what exactly the teams are focusing on in this session, so take these with a pinch of salt.
Ricciardo now claims the top spot, lowering the target time to 1:14.499.
Hamilton's first timed lap of the session can only put him third, but we've seen those medium tyres improve over a number of laps.
Seeing a replay of Vettel really struggling with grip through the middle sector.
@LuvyArora: All the focus at the moment is around Alonso and McLaren. Seems likely Button is bracing himself for retirement, with several foreign reports saying Alonso and McLaren are finalising a deal for 2015.
Ricciardo struggling with oversteer in the other Red Bull.
Rosberg lowers his benchmark time to a 1:13.572.
@Keenfan: I am not, but our very own Laurence Edmondson is - he is the name you will see on the top of reports today.
"Front right and rear right look quite bad today, just so you are aware," Vettel tells Red Bull.
Ricciardo had earlier complained about his car being pretty "lively".
Ricciardo now improves to P1 but Rosberg has gone purple again through the first sector.
But Hamilton goes fastest by 0.078s. Track getting faster and faster once again in this session.