@Iker: Considering he only joined well after the end of last season, the answer is no. Although, Red Bull did stop him from testing last year's Ferrari at the post-season Abu Dhabi test because they didn't want him to make a direct comparison.
Nasr is back on track with the soft tyres and moved up to fifth. 8 laps on the board now for Sauber.
@mfbull: It is odd, as there wasn't a huge amount of damage to the car. If there is any doubt with injuries (especially to back or neck) they take no chances and immediately check them out.
@dnero: We don't know at this stage. The car was returned to the garage minus a front wing after the accident, but the team hasn't yet given any more information on the damage.
@Sulaiman: What remains of today and then four more. The next test runs from Thursday to Sunday at the Circuit de Catalunya next week.
Bottas did 16 laps of a race simulation but, after pit stops on consecutive laps, Williams appears to have aborted that for the time being.
An update of times is coming up now.
@vaughan: Not yet no. Ferrari might well be saving that for later in the week.
@Canuck: They will, because Honda gets the average of unused tokens by those three teams.
Grosjean ticking through the laps now. it's only he and Bottas out there at the moment.
@AnupamPatra: There is plenty of data they can take on the 2015 tyre, which they are using along with the 2014 car today.
Lotus has confirmed Grosjean is doing a race simulation this afternoon. Bottas is back out there, as I mentioned, so it may be duel sims going on from the two Merc customers.
@Prithvi: I think so. When all the Renaults were breaking down last year the doomsayers were predicting a race where only three or four cars finished. McLaren still has four days and a bit to get over the basic problems it has had so far and get into a position where it can string stints together.
Nasr jumps into second with hi latest run but I would wager he is on a softer compound. I'll have a little trip to the press box window to find out
Nasr on softs, Grosjean on mediums, Bottas on hards. I assume Williams is trying to finish the Bottas race simulation it aborted earlier, he's currently lapping in the mid 1:30 range.
@rpr: No, they haven't, but there's no indication there's a problem.
McLaren has issued a statement on Alonso's accident, but it doesn't give any new information.
Kvyat has moved into third with a 1:29.176. The Red Bull has completed 55 laps so far today.
That Kvyat time - 1:26.176 - was set on the medium tyre.
Well, that didn't last long for Force India. Hulkenberg has stopped out on track on the run down to Turn 1.
There's smoke coming from the Force India. The red flags are out, I should add, as they always are when we have a stopped car.
The recovery vehicle is finally moving from Turn 1 so looks like we'll be back up and running shortly.
The green flags go out and Rosberg heads straight out in his Mercedes.
Confirmation: The camo Red Bull still looks cool.
Also a good shot of the Red Bull's front tyre sensors in the mirror - the little yellow/green dot
Grosjean clocks a quick lap to go third. A 1:25.494 in the E23.
But now we have a red flag, forcing all cars to return to the pits
It looks like it was Grosjean at Turn 3 that caused the stoppage, just after that improved lap time
We're waiting on visual confirmation, but the timing screen is saying it's actually Sainz who's stopped, not Grosjean.
After his checks at the local hospital, McLaren confirms Alonso is "uninjured and fine".
Alonso had a CT scan at the hospital but it revealed no injuries