@SheuAlexandre: Not unless the are watching us ...
61 laps for Hamilton so far, so not as productive as Rosberg was yesterday either. Still an hour left to run today.
@Siddhesh: Cloud cover has brought track temps down to 14C this afternoon. Hence the Zamboni tweet from Force India earlier.
It looks like that's the end of Williams day too. No reason stated and they only appear to be on day two despite the rest of us being on day three. Nevertheless, Massa's time at the top looks secure with an hour remaining.
I typed too soon regarding Massa's time, Hamilton improves to a 1:23.022 on his soft tyres. The fastest of the day but still slower than Rosberg's benchmark time on Friday.
@HiteshwarJindal: The Williams is slimmer at the sidepod entries, which is likely due to a different packaging of the radiators or intercooler. It also has that distinctive rear end. Also worth noting the different approach to rear suspension that you can see with the rear pick up points. The noses are all clearly slightly different and even details like the wing mirrors are quite varied. Who said all F1 cars look alike?
@Siddhesh: No radio traffic and the biscuits soon run out.
Hamilton back out on the development tyre with that soft tyre lap of 1:23.022 still topping the timesheets.
Red flag. Marcus Ericsson has stopped at Turn 3
It wouldn't be a proper day of testing without a red flag, but we were only 35 minutes away from a day without.
@Sitank: Nate has just got back from talking to Boullier and Arai in a press conference and is compiling a few pointers. Story to follow.