Magnussen the latest driver to go wide at Turn 1. He has to navigate his Renault over the grass to get back onto the circuit.
@deltaalpha: I tried, and failed, to get the other one called Lewis or Jenson when they brought another one home in 2011. I'd not lived at home for a few years by then so my influence in the cat-naming stakes had diminished.
Kvyat, on intermediate tyres, goes wide at the final corner.
Looks like the circuit is starting to move into the intermediate territory.
@deltaalpha: There's always chatter rumbling around the paddock. I think it's on the agenda and the success of Haas this year might well encourage Ferrari to do something like that - Fiat chairman Marchionne has been tipped to take the CEO role of Ferrari soon as well.
@Arun: They called him Mylo.
Sainz has moved into P1 with a 1:59.865.
Vettel complaining of some issues of getting stuck into first gear.
Vettel on track on the intermediate tyre as well.
Hulkenberg moves into second, two tenths off Sainz.
Vettel goes into P1, 2.5s quicker than Sainz, so clear indication this track is getting quicker and quicker.
Perez has gone P2 but is still 1.338s down on Vettel.
Raikkonen is readying himself for a lap on the intermediate tyres so let's see if he can retain the advantage he had over Vettel yesterday.
@IanAU: I'm not sure and neither is Laurence. I don't think the amount of oxygen is significantly reduced it's just there's other stuff in the air.
Raikkonen gets caught slightly by Nasr, who had run wide just before the long backstraight. That leads to the Finn aborting the lap and pitting.
@Vel: It depends - if it stays wet later today then it's not going to be close to that.
Bottas goes second, seven tenths down on Vettel's Ferrari.
Wehrlein has a big wobble coming out of the penultimate corner before moving up to fifth.
Haryanto, in the other Manor, moves up to 11th with his latest run, five seconds off the pace. Only 13 times on the board so far.
Looks like Kimi is done for this morning, pulling his coat on and presumably hunting for the nearest ice cream truck.
@deltaalpha: I'm inclined to agree with them.
Palmer is back on track after that earlier puncture and immediately runs wide at Turn 1.
@Vel: Unique. Unlike a lot of other circuits this one is front-limited - meaning it places great emphasis on the front tyres due to the tight and twisty corners.
@ram: I'm quite traditional when it comes to qualifying. I think a Saturday race would ruin the charm of qualifying and the magic of the flying laps we all like watching - onboard with Kubica at Monaco in 2010 remains one of my favourites. I don't have any magic solution but I think the current format is great.
I agree with Button - the problem isn't qualifying, its the massive disparity between the engines. You can change qualifying all you want but the engines are a bigger problem.
@RohanMehta: Definitely. I just hope some of his good luck falls Gutierrez's way.
@John: It's a big opportunity - if it should hide some of McLaren's deficiencies in other areas.
@Mady: The forecast says not.
We're approaching the final two minutes of the session.
Wehrlein runs wide in the middle sector.
No laps from Mercedes, who I assume are saving fresh intermediate tyres for qualifying.
The chequered flag drops on the session and that's all we have from FP3. Not the most revealing of sessions other than confirming it is rather wet.
Hopefully the rains stays around for qualifying as that could mix things up a little bit.
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