Mercedes and Mercedes power dominate times and mileage at the Bahrain International Circuit
The first three places remained the same as in FP1: Hamilton, Rosberg, Alonso.
The front row for the Formula One Grand Prix of Bahrain consists of two Germans but it was not the world champion who took the pole. Instead it was Keke’s son!
There have been eight Bahrain Grands Prix to date and the Scuderia Ferrari has won half of them.
Red Bull Racing
“We’ve both got a chance of scoring points”
Sauber F1 Team completed second day of testing session at Sakhir
On a Friday, laps are more important than times and the Scuderia Ferrari duo amassed 93 between them.
The team completed just short of two race distances, with a total of 104 laps (Nico: 59, Lewis: 45).
Jean-Eric Vergne done 64 laps with a best time of 1:35.557.
Sebastian Vettel: "If you look at the opposition then Ferrari and Lotus were strong today and I think it will be close in qualifying."
Both Lotus drivers ran with the latest front wing specification, as debuted by Romain Grosjean in China, and it work well.
By: Berthold Bouman, F1 correspondent
7th fastest time for Di Resta and next for Sutil, but they afore expected to start from fifth and sixth places following penalties for Hamilton and Webber
Caterham F1 Team drivers did as much as they could in today's qualifying at Sakhir
Nico Hülkenberg: "We have a long night ahead of us to try and maximise everything for this weekend.”
Kimi will start from eighth after a penalty for Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton and Romain will be the first driver on the grid to have open tyre compound choice