Nasr also comes back into the pits and it's all quiet out there again.
Verstappen is back out there for some more wet laps.
Nasr also joins the fray on full wets.
We have a McLaren out of the garage!
Button is on full wets and has 20 minutes to accumulate a few laps.
Vettel also out so it's going to be a busy finish out there.
Button isn't going around the circuit with any real pace at all and he returns to the pace straight away. The engine goes off immediately so, perhaps fittingly in the rain, that was little more than a damp squib for McLaren.
Two days of testing have resulted in 11 laps for the MP4-30.
Vettel, Verstappen and Nasr the men out on track enjoying a drive in the wet conditions as we approach the final ten minutes.
@Omair: Well said. I never understand the F1 fan obsession with 'sandbagging'. There's nothing to be gained from sanbagging on the second day of pre-season testing.
Update from Lotus on Maldonado's issues earlier...
@Ventana: Lewis, Alonso, Kimi, Vettel, Button in terms of which of them I would want - at their peak - if I was a team boss.
Vettel ticks over to 83 laps as he crosses with a 1:35s lap on the damp Jerez track. It's been a good day for Ferrari all in all.
He's due to hand over to Kimi tomorrow as well, remember, so these are his last laps before Barcelona.
Five minutes left and it's an all-Ferrari power affair out there with just Vettel and Nasr circulating.
As the session comes to an end the sun has returned and shines as Vettel and Nasr return to the pits.
So there we have it - Vettel and Ferrari are top again and it's a case of deja vu for McLaren.
Please be sure to join us again tomorrow for the third day of testing from Jerez - starting 9am CET.