@mfbull: It is. Little by little it is destroying journalism but you have to be on it these days if are a journalist. A vicious circle.
The timing screen says Vettel's last lap was 18:34.070.
I have just found the most disturbing picture of a Formula One driver I've ever seen.
Wow. The timing screens really on top frm today as Perez crosses in a 44:31.222.
Hopefully that wasn't a qualifying sim from the Force India.
@mfbull: I took the picture.
Vettel returns to the pits in his Ferrari. Still can't work out if there's a new shade of red on that Ferrari from last week's test as my eyes seems to deceive me every time.
@parsik: Nothing so far. I assume this whole delay is so McLaren can assemble the greatest tweet ever.
@MikeInDenmark: I noticed that. Times have been updated and corrected accordingly. I'm glad today doesn't go on until midnight.
@MikeInDenmark: Anyone seen Interstellar? We're doing that.
There you go, looks like an ERS problem for Ricciardo this morning.
@rockedin123: You....you read other F1 websites? I'm devastated.
@Red: Because we're only a two man team it's impossible to update the timing screens manually every five minutes, say, especially if the guy at the circuit is not in the press room. We try to update every half hour.
@mfbull: It's the airbox behind the drivers head. Toro Rosso's is split into three segments.
@DennisvandenBos: They're not all as big as that. It's clearly one area Toro Rosso thinks it can gain some time.
@NorbertHaug: Ah, an aero sensor. You did say rake in fairness. I'll try and find a picture. Last time I looked for a picture of Verstappen the results were horrifying.
@mfbull: Cooling the power units will be a huge issue this year.
Bottas has gone quickest with a 1:25.099 on the unmarked tyre.
@SharathNagendra: I'm not sure if its related to that. The team said this morning it was going through system checks.
I'm still baffled why that would go online. The company in question is a Red Bull client but a picture of a 17-year-old getting a massage like that seems a little suspect.
@Ferrarifas: I expect the gap to be closer in Oz, but I also think Ferrari will keep some tokens for an engine upgrade in the season to give it the opportunity to identify where it is lacking and make upgrades accordingly.