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  1. Raikkonen ends quickest for Ferrari
  2. Hamilton second for Mercedes; Verstappen's Red Bull third
  3. McLaren lose time because of engine change
  4. Williams end running early due to car damage

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By Jamie Strickland

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  1. Further improvement for Kvyat

    P6 now for the Toro Rosso man, displacing Magnussen's Haas by a tenth on the same soft tyre.

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    Dan Knutson

    F1 journalist in Barcelona

    A year ago the new Haas team made its testing debut at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. Esteban Gutierrez ended up sixth fastest with a time of 1:25.524, and he completed 79 laps.

    Today, on the second day of the test and with just over an hour to go, Haas driver Kevin Magnussen was sixth fastest with a time of 1:23.200, and he had completed 92 laps.

  3. Vandoorne back on track

  4. Kvyat improves

    We've not said much about the handsome Toro Rosso today but it's just improved in Daniil Kvyat's hands. 

    The Russian puts on a set of soft tyres and does a 1:23.498, good for seventh place. 

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    Ha, good luck with that, Elliot. Not on my watch.


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  7. Bottas in the groove

    Here's a snipped of back-to-back lap times by Valtteri Bottas during his race-sim run.

    1:25.241; 1:25.020; 1:25.661; 1:25.859; 1:25.455; 1:25.212; 1:25.502; 1:25.204.  

    That, my friends, is consistency.   

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  10. Rejoice, McLaren fans!

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  13. Red Bull into top three

    Not as many laps on the board today as Red Bull would have liked but they are at least showing good pace. 

    Max Verstappen goes third with a 1:22.2 on softs, three tenths up on Esteban Ocon's Force India, which set its best time on the supersoft. 

  14. Quick lap count check

    1. Raikkonen 76 

    2. Hamilton 66

     3. Ocon 43 

    4. Bottas 63 

    5. Verstappen 44 

    6. Magnussen 92 

    7. Palmer 26 

    8. Kvyat 44 

    9. Giovinazzi 33 

    10. Stroll 12 

    11. Vandoorne 29 

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  16. All hail the giant nostril


  17. Improvements for Palmer and Giovinazzi

    After forgettable morning sessions, I think Renault's Jolyon Palmer and Sauber's Antonio Giovinazzi are enjoying themselves out there. 

    Palmer, on the soft tyre, is now up to 24 laps and has climbed to seventh place with a best time of 1:24.198.

    Giovinazzi, meanwhile, has done a 1:25.983 on the medium tyres and is up to ninth place, with 29 laps completed.

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    The Force India of Esteban Ocon, who caused the red-flag stoppage before lunch, is back out there and hooning around on the supersoft tyre. 

    He does a 1:22.509 to consolidate his grip on third place.