After Jenson Button was quickest on day two, the Brit's new team-mate, rookie Kevin Magnussen, topped the third day of pre-season testing at Jerez.
Button was also quickest earlier in the session, his 1m25.030s the benchmark for much of the day before Magnussen set the pace with a 1m23.276s late in the running - further evidence that the new McLaren MP4-29 is performing far better that its predecessor in the early stages.
Magnussen and Button got through 52 and 40 laps respectively.
Day three at Jerez was again marked by a number of red flags - and precious little sign of the Red Bull, with the likes of Ferrari and Mercedes once more joining McLaren at the top of the timesheets.
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