No solution in sight to Nurburgring nor Hockenheim dilemmas over commercial deal for 2015 event.
Team boss John Booth declares 'I'm confident we will get there' – despite many obstacles to clear before the season opener in Australia.
Kimi Raikkonen: “Overall it hasn’t been a bad test since we covered a race distance today."
Kevin Magnussen: "It’s good working with Honda, they’re a very enthusiastic team, you can feel they have a desire to succeed – they’re here to win."
Marcus Ericsson: "All in all it was a good day for the final preparations before going to Melbourne.”
Nico Hülkenberg: “It was a very positive day in terms of reliability and getting a lot of mileage under our belts."
Romain Grosjean: "I can’t wait to for the season to start."
Reliability issues mean that early-season flyaways will come too soon for new Honda-powered era.
Lewis Hamilton: "It wasn't a particularly spectacular day."
Felipe Massa: "We had another good day with over 100 laps completed."
Carlos Sainz Jr.: "This was the sort of day we needed and it went really well."
Day three of test ends with the World Champion outpacing the pack, despite running a harder tyre.
Veteran engineer Pat Symonds admits factory Merc squad is still out front, but thinks Williams is poised to lead the chase.
Mercedes chasers go to war on super-soft tyres, but they’re still slower than Rosberg from yesterday on softs.
Vettel admits Rosberg's time on soft tyres was "awesome" as World Champions show their hand.
Kimi Raikkonen: "In a few days in Melbourne we will find out where we really are..."
Pastor Maldonado: "I still feel fresh after 140 laps!"
Nico Hülkenberg: "We were able to run reliably straight out of the box and that is very encouraging."
The team did a fantastic job to replace the power-unit ahead of today’s session.
The Russian completed 84 laps of the Circuit de Catalunya for a best time of 1:26.965.