Massa, Ericsson and Verstappen are the men currently out there.
@mfbull: Yes. But then what do I know?
Button is back out on track. Hamilton is too and just went green in the first sector.
Hamilton goes green in all three sectors to post a 1:22.497, putting him second.
Both Kimi and Lewis' best times have been posted on medium tyres.
@gaurav243: Medium. Medium.
Grosjean's day may be over. The team has been struggling with a power unit problem and it looks like the guys at Lotus are packing up - though nothing is confirmed yet.
Hamilton nearing a century of laps in Jerez.
Hamilton could 'only' manage 91 on Monday but he's just started 92.
@MandeepSingh: Because teams always want their stranded cars brought back to the pits on a flatbed truck. No real point in keeping the action going as the times are irrelevant.
@Matt: I can see how you came to that conclusion, but the rumour is that it is millionaire Justin King - the ex-boss of Sainsbury's supermarkets.
@MasIgnotum: Last year's car wasn't great. It lacked braking stability and a positive front end, but you are right to say the power unit was down on power. Of course, Ferrari have no excuse as the chassis and the power units are designed together.
@Prithvi: McLaren has been working with Honda for longer than the public have known about the deal, but it would be wrong to say it is a McLaren engine. McLaren don't know how to make engines and have never attempted it, Honda most certainly does know how to do it.
@JJ: The problems F1 had last year haven't really gone away. The sport is still too expensive and the small teams are up against it. The loss of the two smallest teams also means suppliers are tightly squeezed and therefore there is less tolerance for late payments.
Raikkonen down to 1:20.841 in the Ferrari.
@MandeepSingh: 16 is the minimum
@RacingFan: McLaren are running aero tests and have the engine turned down. There pretty sure that if they were able to turn everything up they'd be competitive. Keep an eye on them in Barcelona.
@SchumiTheGreatest: Raikkonen's is indeed the fastest time of the test, beating the time set by team-mate Sebastian Vettel on Monday.
@Canuck: That was on soft tyres. Vettel's time was on mediums.