@JamesHunt: His soft tyre lap suggests Hamilton is on a good groove here, but Rosberg's fastest lap was compromised by a late mistake so hard to compare where they are in relation to each other.
There's a good image showing you the sort of position his car was in. That image has been captured from the recovery area, so you can see it's a matter of metres.
The session will restart in 30 seconds, meaning there will be three minutes left - probably time for two laps at most.
Lots of activity in the pit lane as the cars trundle down there. Vettel the first man to leave as the track goes green again.
No-one hanging around to do practice starts, they'll want to get these laps completed to extract the maximum data possible from this session.
@mickb: In that situation, yes. You can't have marshals standing there wheeling a car away with cars coming by. If a driver has a failure of some kind in that area, even if adhering to double-waved yellows,
you've got yourself a very bad situation.
Kvyat complaining that JEV was not letting him by, despite the world champion being on the medium tyre. Kvyat on the soft tyre. #
We're into the final 30 seconds now.
And the clock expires, meaning the drivers are OK to complete their current laps.
But the timing screen makes for ominous reading, especially for Rosberg - with his title rival Hamilton some nine tenths faster.
The German's hot lap was compromised by a late mistake but it makes for an interesting qualifying session, with Rosberg holding the edge on Saturdays at Mercedes this year.
Well, lots of reaction from the drivers to come on ESPNF1 so please do keep checking back this afternoon to see what your favourite drivers had to say about that session.
Thanks as ever for joining me for this session, we'll be back tomorrow morning for FP3 - the final chance for these teams to make set-up tweaks ahead of qualifying and Sunday's race.