@michaeldsouza: The whole team? Definitely not.
Hulkenberg can't improve on his time but he's still on the medium tyre - he's probably got a lot of data to collect with no Perez in this session.
@Oliver: Ricciardo's headline time, a 1:12.956.
@bretth: Thoughts are they won't come in because it has a general disgust at how Bernie does business. Info, they have recently said it's not happening in the short term.
Both Hamilton and Rosberg out on track, with yellow-striped soft tyres.
Rosberg goes purple in all three sectors and claims P1, lowering the headline time to a 1:12.123. Hamilton's first time is half a second down on his team-mate but there's a replay of him running wide in the third sector.
Vettel's first run on the softer tyre puts him into sixth
Worth remembering the times will improve fast now as we get rubber down on the circuit.
@yash: 3.305s down but he's still in the pits and is yet to do a run on the soft tyre.
Kvyat jumps above the man he is replacing at Red Bull next year by a tenth, while Massa slots into fourth with his first run on the soft tyre.
@RajeshMudhiraj: Not yet, the only Force India driver confirmed so far is Hulkenberg.
As JB said yesterday, he has no motivation to go to a team which can't gaurantee him a race-winning car. He spent so much of his career waiting to have a car to win, he doesn't see the need to take a backward step now.
Magnussen is told to come into the pits as other drivers aren't finding much more improvement on their qualifying runs.
Home favourite Massa improves on his time but is now 0.05s down on team-mate Bottas.
Seeing a replay of Massa struggling with oversteer through the middle sector.
Hamilton's most recent lap puts him two tenths off Rosberg, before the Brit slips off the circuit at Turn 1.
Hamilton is told by Mercedes the option looks like a "lap one tyre", meaning the first runs of either stint in Q3 are going to be so important.
@Navlig_BR: Well no, each of the teams won't - but there is such ambiguity in the rules no-one is sure what would happen in that situation.
Hamilton tries another flying lap, doing a personal best in the first sector, then going purple in the middle sector, before backing off and returning to the pits.
@Uzayr: Certainly has done at times this season. Worth remembering Sir Frank Williams is convinced Bottas is a future world champion. High praise indeed.
Raikkonen goes third fastest on the soft tyre. He's four tenths faster than Alonso which we haven't seen much this year.
@NovaF1Racer: It looks increasingly unlikely now.
@Prabhu: Hard to guess with any degree of accuracy until we see the cars in pre-season testing, but Ferrari has a huge deficit to make up - hence why Marco Mattiacci is so keen for the engine freeze to be lifted during the season.
This from Red Bull on next year's car, the RB11