@KenWilkinson: A lot of broadcasters do short shows at the end of the day, but all day coverage would be too hard to fill.
@J: Unfortunately we don't have the rights to film from inside the circuit - that is reserved for the broadcasters with TV deals with FOM.
@Jason: On the Ferrari until the end of Alonso's old Ferrari contract.
@mfbull: NBC hold the rights in the US. Sky Sports in the UK. However, we are dedicated to given you the best coverage we can online by being at the races and in the paddock.
@J: The other option is the F1 App, which has daily updates with Peter Windsor.
@Aswath: About as good as it could have been with two and half days of testing.
Vettel, Ricciardo and Rosberg are the only three on track with 15 minutes remaining.
@Lost: I think they might surprise us. Honda is confident it can go the distance, but performance isn't expected to be at its full potential until the Spanish GP.
Verstappen improves to a 1:24.702 on the super-soft tyres, putting him fifth fastest.
@Bless: No, just the softs. The super-softs are not designed for this type of circuit but are a new construction at the rear.
10 minutes to go. Vettel, Ricciardo, Verstappen, Perez and Rosberg are on track.