Blistering fast lap times can be partly attributed to the V6 engines.
Jerez is slated to be the first look at a Honda power plant.
"The possibility to change the specification of the engine during the season is extremely limited" - Rob White.
There were whispers that Renault's F1 facility based at Viry-Chattilon, in the southern suburbs of Paris, is for sale.
All the outrage around the V6 engine sound seems a little ridiculous to me.
Reports suggest that the proposed 'megaphone' idea will get the sound of the V6 much closer to the V8's of 2013.
Anne Proffit doesn't want any of the ideas floating around to alter the current Formula One package to actually come to frution.
FIA president Jean Todt on Sunday revealed that the sound 'fix' will begin shortly.
The British GP says they are excited to host the new sound of F1.
German newspaper Bild reports that Mercedes' competition believes the 'monster' Mercedes unit is actually producing "up to 900 horse power" when operating at full tilt.
"Downsizing is the motto and I think we just need to accept that the formula has changed." - Toto Wolff.
Luca di Montezemolo expecting the FIA to be vigilant.
Renault is hoping for the best ahead of this weekends race.
"Our team is the same as it has been; the investments for all three engine manufacturers are the same." - Niki Lauda
"Maybe we can up the fuel restrictions and they can rev higher. We will have to wait and see," - Bernie Ecclestone.
"Today we have sent an engine to the FIA to be sealed and we feel comfortable." - Remi Taffin
According to Auto Motor und Sport, Renault asked the FIA for a postponement of the deadline on Thursday.
"The cars are very complicated and it can take a while to just get in there and find the problem." - Pat Fry.
Smaller engines, quicker top speeds.
Kevin Magnussen surprised the entire paddock with his best lap of just under 1m35 -- a shade over 2.5 seconds shy of Nico Rosberg's V8-powered 2013 pole position.
Interesting engine solution from Scuderia Ferrari.
According to Michael Schmidt, Ferrari has admitted it did not deploy full power at Jerez.
"I think personally the rules are too restrictive; it's not Formula One" - Jacques Villeneuve.
For the drivers the major talking point is 'torque'.