Jolyon Palmer put Lotus on top of the times on the second and final day of Formula 1 testing at the Barcelona circuit on Wednesday.
Pre-season testing ends with the teams having tried all the 2015 tyres apart from the full wet.
Sebastian Vettel: "...It’s clear that Mercedes is still ahead by quite a way, but right behind there is us, Williams and Red Bull, all very close.
Sergio Perez completed his first miles in the VJM08, clocking 130 laps at the Circuit de Catalunya-Barcelona.
Daniel Ricciardo: "I feel really ready to race now and I think we’ll be good come Melbourne.”
Nico Rosberg: "We are very optimistic. Now, I look forward to flying to Australia and getting back to racing."
Giampaolo Dall’Ara: "Today we had a positive end to an overall satisfactory pre-season campaign."
Eric Boullier: "Looking back at the last four weeks, our winter test programme has been difficult."
Pastor Maldonado: "My braking was compromised coming into turn four, meaning I went off the track and hit the barriers."
Early super-soft run means Williams packs up early, with Mercedes content to shield its pace advantage once again.
Last day of Formula One pre-season testing, and super-soft ‘qualifying simulation’ runs dominate the timesheets.
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."
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.
Mercedes chasers go to war on super-soft tyres, but they’re still slower than Rosberg from yesterday on softs.