Button has just crossed in a 1:26.362 on the soft tyre.
That has moved Button up into sixth.
Pardon me, it moved Button into fifth.
@mfbull: Yes. But then she wants to be an F1 driver not a cab driver!
@JamesC: The two big grills on either side? Those are aero sensors, which the teams use to measure air flow around the car to gain aerodynamic data.
@Skillet6: Not at the moment.
@JamesC: Yes, but they can use the real-time data to calibrate their data in the wind tunnel.
@MB: From the last laps they completed, Bottas went thorugh at 276.2, Hulkenberg 272.7, Vettel 276.9, Button 269.5
But as I said earlier, McLaren are most likely running with the wick turned down.
@nb: Yep, he's been running on hard tyres.
Button has returned to the pits after another sizeable stint (well sizeable stint for McLaren).
@bb: I'd love it if the latter was true.
Looks like Toro Rosso has a problem of some sort, as Verstappen is crawling back to the pit lane on his in lap.
You have to understand with testing, it's flashes of laps followed by stays in the garage. Just because a team isn't on track doesn't mean there is a problem. Every day of testing is nine hours long.
@aly: Nope. It means on that lap he was quicker. We don't know engine modes or anything like that. Williams was consistently quickest through the speed trap once again in Barcelona.
I would be upset but you're probably right.
@xxx: Ron is devoid of all humour. See what I did there? Here all week, guys.
@kan: Pretty good, considering they put the car together yesterday and this morning. They're making up for lost time but it's a pretty impressive start. The data from running the 2014 car last week will be helpful too.
@xxx: Haircut makes it seem like I had a choice in the style.
@mfbull: Once you go bald you never go back.