Both drivers felt they had the potential to qualify third, but are optimistic of challenging for a podium in the race.
Mercedes leads the way once again in FP3.
As Formula One heads into the month of June, Nick DeGroot decided to take a moment to give a quick assessment of where all the drivers are currently at.
Valtteri stopped on track following an issue related to the Power Unit.
Felipe Massa: "I'am disappointed and tomorrow is going to be a challenge but with this car points are still possible."
Valtteri Bottas: "Overall I am feeling positive and I'm looking forward to getting back in the car."
It's been 22 years since Formula One saw a female driver make laps during a race weekend and now, Susie Wolff looks to be the next.
Marussia's Max Chilton topped the charts in the opening day of testing in Spain.
Valtteri Bottas: "It's going to be a close race behind the Mercedes and so I am really looking forward to tomorrow."
Williams Martini Racing previews the Spanish Grand Prix with quotes from Massa, Bottas, and Smedley.
A contract termination payment of $25M in the Williams annual report reveals the whole story.
Felipe Massa: "There was a mistake at the first pitstop and that effectively lost me the race as I came back out on track in last position."
Felipe Nasr got the chance to drive a Williams in the second day of testing in Bahrain.
Performance gap between medium and soft tyres drops as track temperatures fall during the evening race.
Felipe Massa made a great start to fight his way into third whilst Valtteri Bottas suffered wheelspin at the start and dropped from third position to fifth.