Obviously it depends on what McLaren achieve today, but so far the MP4-30 has done 349 laps in 11 days and the Force India has done 275 in two.
@Canuck: They've said it's a test livery and the sponsors don't exactly stand out, so it wouldn't be great for promotion of its brands on TV.
We were talking about Vettel doing a quick lap earlier and he doesn't disappoint with a 1:23.469 on the super-softs. Updated times coming your way...
@yash: Currently on the super-softs, which he also used to set his fastest time.
Button has managed a couple of laps in the McLaren in the last ten minutes before lunch
We'll leave you briefly to look over four of F1's finest creations of 2015 to get some lunch. Running will resume at 1400 local time.
@TheGhoul: Oh, go on then. Super-soft tyres used for the top four times, but still no-one has matched Rosberg's soft tyre lap from Friday. McLaren spent most of the morning in the garage before two laps in the final ten minutes of the session before lunch. The Red Bull had an ERS problem after 10 laps and has been in the garage ever since. Ferrari appear to be on a similar run-plan to the one with Kimi yesterday, meaning a race sim in the afternoon for Vettel.
@NorbertHaug: I didn't see the small error, but the gap is about right. However, as we have stressed throughout testing, times needed to be treated with caution. 10 kilos of fuel adds roughly 0.35s to lap time, so the picture can be quite easily distorted.
@Nik: Our pleasure. In case anyone is wondering, track action resumes in about 20 minutes. Lunch time in the paddock at the moment.
@Nik: The images you see of a race weekend require a massive crew of cameramen, engineers and editors to be of that quality. The coverage pays off because it is sold to broadcaster all around the world, but it makes less sense for testing. A lot of a test day is actually pretty dull. Often it's just one car out on track, pounding round and it's not obvious what they are trying to achieve. Broadcasters are increasingly doing end of day summaries - but you can fit the main points of a test day into a 30 minute show quite easily. Trying to extend coverage across all eight hours of a test day would require some serious barrel scraping. Sky in the UK tried it a couple of years ago and didn't get the viewership needed to do it again.
However, it is perfect for live text streaming as we can engage in wider conversation points and keep you up to date with the latest headlines from the track at the same time.