Most of the session time drivers stayed in their boxes.
Second time was just 0.149 seconds slower and being posted by Toro Rosso rookie Max Verstappen. Daniel Ricciardo is in third position with 1:19.086.
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Check out how the standings changed after today's race. Rosber is 20 points behind the Championship leader.
Mercedes team gets another 1-2 win, Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel is in P3
Mercedes drivers lock the front row, Sebastian Vettel is in P3 with Valtteri Bottas behind.
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel splits Mercedes pair. Lewis Hamilton is two tenth slower then his teammate.
Sebastian Vettel posted a time four tenth of a second slower than the fastest Mercedes with Nico Rosberg and Kimi Raikkonen behind. Drivers worked through racing simulation and tires programmes.
Nico Rosberg posts a time just 0.070 seconds faster than his teammate. Vettel in third with Raikkonen 0.026 seconds behind.
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Check out how the standings changed after today's race. Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes extends the lead.
Despite his great race Nico Rosberg lost his P2 to Kimi Raikkonen on penultimate lap due to a brake failure.
Hamilton gets P1 with Vettel behind him and Rosberg in third.
Both Mercedes drivers in top 3 splitted by Ferrari's Vettel.
German edges his teammate by one tenth, both Ferrari behind them with Raikkonen in P3. Teams were working through their tyre programs.