@Alan: Your opinion seems to change with every comment.
Update from Mercedes.....
That would explain why Hamilton has not been in the car for so long.
@FerrariFan: No news from Ferrari so far.
I should point out Raikkonen is currently lapping as we speak, though.
@Narayanan: Yes, Raikkonen is on track now in the Ferrari. 62 laps in total today and he's out on the hard tyres at the moment.
@Ventana: Longer runs, harder tyres, different run plans.
@RAM: I suspect the Williams is capable of more. It's very rare that they run the cars on minimum fuel in testing.
@AdamGabrielle: Black and white and stripy
Massa, Grosjean and Raikkonen on track at the moment. That earlier rain means Ericsson is the only driver to complete more than 100 laps. Massa could also make it if he puts in a long run now.
@Keith: The team has yet to confirm its driver line-up for the rest of the week. I suspect they will give more time to Button when the car gets back up and running and Magnussen will fill in when necessary.
@AlexanderFarrugia: Romain Grosjean set a 1:24.067 on super-soft tyres in the Lotus. Massa's time today was on the softs.
Massa hits 101 laps and then returns to the pits. Ericsson now up to 110 and has improved to a 1:25.330 on the hard tyres.
@MikeM: Just 30 minutes left to run.
@Bevlad: I seem to remember "grid guys" in Valencia one year
Grosjean, Raikkonen and Sainz on track the moment. Grosjean up to 68 laps and the other two are tied on 70.
@ankur: It took a long time - four hours - for a lot of teams at the start of last year, but they managed to get that time down as the season continued. Here they are not just changing the engine but tracing the problem.