@Phoenix: 2008, you mean, but yes.
Eighteen minutes left in the session.
@AntonyMakanza: The spectacle needs improving! And the Strategy Group thinks that's the best way to do it.
@BE: He never said that. He was on dry tyres in worsening rain. Toyota took a gamble that didn't pay off.
Rosberg back out on track so let's see how he compares to the other Ferraris and his team-mate on this latest run.
Massa moves to P5, 1.016 off the pace.
@Phoenix: ESPN is owned by Disney, so I'd pull some strings.
Maybe they could execute cars which fail to make the finish as well.
"We think Hamilton is also on high fuel on this run as well," Raikkonen is told by Ferrari. The teams on their longer runs at the moment.
@Tommy: I agree Tommy. Power is less important here as only 30 seconds is spent on full power. Driver ability and latent potential of car package much more important.
@Mario: Ha, an amusing thought, but no he doesn't.
We're approaching the final ten minutes of this session.
Hamilton appears to be having trouble reading the dashboard on his steering wheel.
Very busy track - only Alonso in the pits at the moment.
@JayElle: He won't go elsewhere after Ferrari, no. As for being kept on - I like how Arrivabene is using his contract expiring this year to motivate him. Hopefully it works because the sport would be worse off without him.
@AndyF: That would make Bernie Jabba the Hutt.
Verstappen the star of this session so far - he's 0.615s off Hamilton's benchmark.
Seeing replays of Maldonado locking up at various places around the track. He's really pushing that Lotus.
@AndyF: Aren't Palpatine and Sidious the same dude?
Kvyat swearing about traffic. "Danny, calm down," comes the reply from Red Bull.