Lewis Hamilton is victorious in the British GP for the second time in his career.
A wide variety of potential strategies predicted: Two stops most likely.
Due to a penalty from the Austrian Grand Prix, Esteban Gutiérrez will start from 20th on the grid.
Romain Grosjean: "Unfortunately in Q2 I had a yellow flag in turn six otherwise I think that I would have been through to Q3."
Sergio Perez qualifying in seventh place.
Eric Boullier: “A topsy-turvy session, and lady luck inevitably played her part”
Daniel Ricciardo: "We really thought the track wouldn’t get quicker, Vettel only went out as he didn’t have a time at that point.”
Lewis Hamilton failed to set a time on his final lap after choosing to abort his run at the end of sector one, he will start P6.
Felipe Massa: "It was really a missed opportunity to get the car in a good position for tomorrow."
Who was the quickest? Was it birthday boy Dan?
Between two and three pit stops expected if it is a dry race P Zero Orange Hard and P Zero Medium tyres well-suited to the high-speed demands of Silverstone.
Dr Vijay Mallya: "The preparations for our local race saw a busy programme today with our reserve driver Daniel enjoying his first experience of driving in an official practice session."
Fernando Alonso was third again today, while in the other F14 T, Kimi Raikkonen ended up ninth.
Felipe Massa: "I have to say a big thank you to the team as they worked very hard to get the car ready for the second session."
Daniel Ricciardo: “Today hasn’t been too bad. Mercedes were really strong this morning but we seem to have found some more speed this afternoon."
The drivers completed a total of 96 laps during today's two practice sessions.
‘Your Life’ logo will make its on-track debut at today’s Santander British Grand Prix free practice session.
"Sure the (social media) model does not work yet as you cannot monetise it, but it is just a matter of time" - Toto Wolff.
William Priest, was judged by a panel of senior engineering personnel from Infiniti and the race team.
Along with a lucrative 12-month work placement with the team beginning in September, the winners will receive accommodation in the UK, an Infiniti company car and full salary.
Speculation he might abandon retirement with a new prominent role at Maranello surfaced in May.
Jean-Michel Jalinier, Renault Sport F1's president and managing director, has retired "for personal reasons".
One of the Grand Prix hosts who are willing to pay more is Mugello.